Kamakhya Temple: Famously known as the best among the tantrik shrines of Shakti worship in the world, the Kamakhya temple stands on the top of the Nilachal hill, approximately 10 km from the railway station. It was actually constructed in the tenth century by the Koch king, Naranarayan. Till today animal sacrifices are rife here to appease the Goddess.
Bhubaneshwari Temple: Higher to the Kamakhya Temple is located the temple of Bhubaneshwari. From here you can have a panoramic view of the town of Guwahati.
Shiva Temple: Reachable by motor boats and public ferries from Umananda Ghat, the Shiva Temple of Umananda is positioned on an island amid the Brahmaputra River.
Navgraha Temple: In eastern part of the city of Guwahati is located the Navagraha temple on top of a hill. It is referred to as the “temple of nine planets”, – a center of astrology and astronomy.
Purva Tirupati Sri Balaji Temple: Covering a huge area of two acres at Betkuchi, the Purva Tirupati Sri Balaji Temple is one more tourist attraction in Guwahati.
Vashistha Ashram: At approximately 12 km from the railway station lies the Vashistha Ashram (the abode of sage Vashistha). It is an interesting old shrine, amid lots of greens and three lovely rivulets, Kanta, Lalita, and Sandhya.
Deepor Beel, Dighalipukhuri, Silpukhuri, Nakkatapukhuri and Jorphukhur are among the various natural and artificial lakes that are some of the finest sightseeing options.
For tourists looking for urban activities, there are plenty of options. Pan Bazaar, Fansi Bazaar, Ganeshguri, Paltan Bazaar, and Beltola Bazaar are some of the options for marketing in Guwahati.