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Mayank Choudhary 1 month ago
Amazing place to spend a day or two. Buildings with rich architecture and spicy food are a must
Saif Syed 7 months ago
Amazing city for everyone. You can have the acces to all types of food here, also the beautiful architecture is something you can't miss. Amber Fort, Nahargarh, Albert Hall, Jal Mahal, Choki Dhani, Hawa Mahal are must visit.
Rohit Shroff 1 year ago
- Really pretty city, especially in winters. Lots of gardens, clean roads and brilliant architecture. Loved the food, people and markets. Amer fort, albert hall, nahargarh fort and old city are must visit.
Snehal Singh 1 year ago
I had the fortune of visiting the pink city recently and it was such a beautiful experience that I can't wait to go back there again. The locals there were lovely. We visited Hawa Mahal, Man Sagar lake, Amer fort and Nahargarh fort which looked beautiful at night. The view from the top of that fort is breathtakingly beautiful.
Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
The 'Pink City' of India, Jaipur is a palatial wonderland with its unparalleled beauty, spectacular architecture and vibrant, regal history. With a superb collection of breathtaking palaces, exciting camel/elephant rides, vibrant Rajasthani culture and scrumptious ethnic food, Jaipur is a time travel portal to the old time worldly charms of the Rajahs and their lavish lifestyles, giving Jaipur a unique regal vibe in the contemporary 21st century India. Literally translated into the City of Victory, Jaipur has always been one of the faces of tourism in India. Popularly clubbed with Agra and New Delhi, they form the Golden Triangle of Indian Tourism and would be the most popular tour for any foreigner visiting India. Jaipur is a beautiful city with different shades to it. The Amer region of Jaipur is decorated with beautiful hills and lakes and studded with magnificent forts including Amber Palace, Nahargarh, and Jaigarh Forts. There is the old walled city, which is a different city altogether with narrow lanes, pink shops and buildings and monuments like Hawa Mahal, City Palace, and the famous Jantar Mantar. These lanes are also the same which attracts tourists from all over the world for its sweets, snacks and the shopping arena it provides. From colourful bangles to printed Saris to the ornaments and jewellery of Johri Bazaar, Jaipur has everything to offer for a shopaholic. There are some posh residential areas with high-rises and flyovers and amazing infrastructure. Jaipur has a unique feel to it and it can only be experienced once you are there.
Rajasthan Tourism 1 year ago
Looking at the Ajmer Fort, lit up at night, is one of the most beautiful experiences you will have in your life. The view is breathtaking. Shopping in Jaipur will give you a very traditional collection, something that is very unique to Rajasthan. The city is peaceful yet it feels like a metro, which makes it the best travel destination.
Sanjana Chawla 1 year ago
'The Pink City of India' is famous for its beautiful handcrafted architecture and of course lip-smacking food. Hawa Mahal with its several intricate detailing and craft looks wonderful and keeps the mahal/palace cool in hot summers. The five-floored hawa mahal looks beautiful in the night and I was lucky to witness the water fountain with the lights on when I visited. The City Palace in Jaipur is an amalgamation of Mughal and Rajput architectures and the green gardens with flowers and water sprinklers look beautiful that you would definitely want to get clicked there. The beautiful white Jantar Mantar is one of the best constructions that provide information about time, space and heavenly bodies. Such a similar structure can be found in Delhi too. I am not highly interested in forts and that's why my must go to place is Chokhi Dhani in Jaipur. Choki Dhani provides you with an insight about how the real Rajasthani culture and lifestyle is. This place is a fun, recreational place to enjoy, eat authentic food and witness live dance and music performances. Daal baati churma and kachodis are famous in Jaipur and you can have them all in Choki Dhani. Classical and tribal performances and katputli events will keep you entertained for the night. You can plan a visit to Jal Mahal as well and I loved watching the birds and enjoying the cool breeze near the palace. Colured bandhini dupattas, block prints, and colourful glass bangles are my favourite things to buy when in Jaipur! The weather is hot so wear cottons and linen and it's better to visit in December-February to avoid sunburns and uneasiness.
Sarthak Hota 1 year ago
Beautiful City. There are forts, temples and exotic traditional markets that are worth a visit. The rajput influence can be felt in almost every corner of the city. Best time to visit is probably around Diwali.
Arushi Gorsi 1 year ago
A simple google search would tell you that the Pink City does justice to its name. The city is as pink as it gets and combine that with hues of the sky, you have the photographer?s dream materialise in front of you. If just the colours and grandiosity of these structures do not catch your eye, the stories that these buildings have to tell, definitely will. Placed at the heart of the city, the City Palace still serves as a royal residence; the Jantar Mantar, which served as a royal observatory, can put the sky itself to shame; the Hawa Mahal, with the colourful and chaotic bazaar below, stands tall like the glorious structure it is. Other places to visit are Albert Hall Museum, Rambagh Palace, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. If you?re feeling a little more touristy, you can always go down to neighbouring city of Jaiselmer. Rajasthani cuisine has something for all kinds of palate- from extremely sweet to extremely spicy. It is always better to go for authentic local food but if that does not agree with you, the capital would also give you the choice to eat foods from international cuisines. You must visit Chokhi Dhani which is an open-air restaurant that offers a typical rural Rajasthani experience complete with traditional entertainment, snack stalls, merry-go-roynds, camel rides and of course a proper sit-down Rajasthani meal. Look out for the servers because their enthusiasm will force you to eat way more than you intend to (you will not regret it, not until the next morning at least). If you are guilty of being a shopaholic, Jaipur would be your paradise. People from all over the world come to Jaipur to shop for gems, crafts and other artefacts. If your shopping bags are overflowing, the shopkeeper might even arrange for it to be delivered to you (yes, people are nice here).
Muskan Shah 1 year ago
I have visited Jaipur a number of times and everytime I visit, I find something new. The rich culture, palatable food and splendid architecture makes the place vibrant. The palaces are beautiful with intricate carvings. I always shop handcraft items and traditional clothes from Bapu Bazar. The locals are friendly and I always interact with them.
ANJALI CR 1 year ago
The Royal City of Jaipur had been on my bucket list for a long time until I finally got to visit it. There was so much hype on how beautiful the city is and honestly, I was not disappointed one bit. The kind of pride with which people told me their account of travel to Jaipur was actually justified. It takes at least 4 days to explore Jaipur because there are a lot of historical places as well as activities. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, Amer Fort- all of these places abound in beauty and cultural. A must-visit for the history and architecture buffs, Jaipur is a lively city. You can shop around Bapu and Nehru Bazaar for souvenirs and ethnic, hand dyed attires. The street food in Jaipur is amazing too.
Antara Mandal 1 year ago
I went to Jaipur in winter. During the day it was quite hot but at night, it was extremely cold. I went to various forts like the Amer Fort which is located high on top of the hill. Amer fort is quite huge and I'd suggest you take care if you have heart problems or altitude sickness because it goes quite high. I also went to Hawah Mahal. What I liked most about Hawa Mahal is its intricate architecture. Other places to go in Jaipur are Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal and City Palace.
Shree Sanap 4 months ago
Must visit place in Jaipur it was a wonderful experience.
Anjali Vij 7 months ago
Choki Dhani Resort, located in the outskirts of Jaipur, is a must visit for a wonderful experience. The place provides an authentic Rajasthani village culture in the from of its architectural design and execution. Individuals are welcomed inside through a little aarti and tikka. The place offers a variety of local attractions that could be found in a village in Rajasthan: puppeteers, palm readers, bird readers, magician, and performances such as the famous Rajasthani ghumar dances alongside fire shows. It also offers short animal rides on horses, camels, elephants and bulls. It also has a small cave built in it and one can also play games that are available at a fair. The food is also a typical Rajasthani thali, served in a Rajasthani setup. The overall experience is satisfyingly worth it.
Meenakshi Gurjar 1 year ago
When anybody enter this temple who ever is he, as he enter the temple the feeling automatically enters in that person that where is god and where is he?
Prathana Makker 1 year ago
It is a beautiful place to go with family and friends. I had a good time here. The overall experience was ?? so many activities to do. Games were fun to play.
Prathana Makker 1 year ago
It is a beautiful place to go with family and friends. I had a good time here. The overall experience was good.. so many activities to do. Games were fun to play.
gauranshi srivastava 1 year ago
Nahargarh has been one of the most majestic forts that I have visited. We decided to climb to the fort which is possible, however, not advisable. It is an extremely tiring climb but the reward was worthwhile. It is always advisable to carry enough water and food since there are not enough shops up there. Secondly, try to leave early since the fort closes by the evening and it is at quite some distance from the city. The view from the top of the fort is breath-taking. It is one of the best places to enjoy a sunset from. Carry your ID card if you are a student to avail discount.
gauranshi srivastava 1 year ago
This is another beautiful palace in the pink city. Hawa Mahal is very close to some of the best local markets of Jaipur like Bapu Bazar, Johri Bazar and Nehru Bazar. It would be a more enriching experience to first traverse through these markets and then go to Hawa Mahal. There are a lot of street food options at the beginning of the marketplace but it is still advisable to carry some with you. Students get a discount on the entry ticket so carry your student id. There are a lot of floors to climb so it is advisable to carry water.
Rajasthan Tour 1 year ago
Hawa Mahal is really one of the top tourist places in Jaipur. If you are visiting Jaipur than you must visit Hawa Mahal. To know more about Hawa Mahal You can also visit - ***link hidden***

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Pallavi Siddhanta 9 months ago
Diwali time is a pretty good time to visit Jaipur. The weather has begun to turn and you'll enjoy there. November to January is the best time to visit Jaipur. Sankranti (mid Jan) sees the traditional kite flying festival in Jaipur and its a lot of fun.

Q. How many days will it take for me to cover all the site seeing places that jaipur offers..?? I just don't want to have a view from outside and walk away...i want to explore..in a little details.. So how many days will it take if i just do simple site seeing and how many days will it take if i want to explore in details?? And where can i find cheap fooding? Nd cheap hotels to stay?

Pallavi Siddhanta 8 months ago
Jaipur is a city rich with Heritage, and has a lot of attractions to go sightseeing. 2-3 days should be good enough to enjoy the city in its beauty. You can set aside more time for Amer Fort and City Palace if you enjoy architecture.

Q. How many hours journey from Jaipur to ahmedabad

Kaveesh Nair 1 year ago
Its a 10-11 hour journey, of about 680 Kms.

Q. Trip cost n what things to do

Holidify 8 months ago
The trip cost depends on where you are travelling from. You can check all the details here- http://www.holidify.com/places/jaipur/

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Q. Whats the climate in japur..is it better to book a ac hotel??

Shivam Sharma 3 months ago
If you are coming In months of April to September you better book a hotel . But you do not want to visit in April to September . November and January is the best time . You can also go to bhangarh which is around 100 km away from jaipur...

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Q. Is jaipur station safe at night. I am travelling with family and have train around 11. 30pm

Holidify 1 year ago
Yes the place is totally safe and you can travel there with your family without worries.

Q. Is it good to visit Jaipur during 1st week of the August? What will be the weather during this time of the year

Saif Syed 7 months ago
August is supposed to be a rainy season in Jaipur. Weather will be pleasant and it's a good time to see the beautiful city of Jaipur.

Q. What sites can I cover in 3 days in Jaipur, with my toddler.

Nupur Kapoor 1 year ago
Almost all the attractions in Jaipur are child friendly.

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