This is a beautiful property- a grand residence and quite peaceful too. The hospitality from staff and the services rendered are quite exceptional. The hotel is well maintained. The coffee shop is also a great place to hang out and have a snack. Royal treatment indeed.
Taj Rambagh Palace
Art And Culture, Museum, Educational Site, Historical Site
The chief administration centre by the Maharaja of Jaipur, the city palace of Jaipur is one of the most impressive places to see in the city. City Palace is a grandiose area with several smaller palaces and halls enclosed together in one huge structure. The adjacent palaces include the ChandraMahal and the Mubarak Mahal. Several neighbouring palace buildings, towers, patios, temples and garden plots alike lie within the walls of this magnificent fort
Art And Culture, Landmark, Historical Site, Palace
The Facade of the Hawa Mahal Jaipur is indubitably one of the most gorgeous and impressive things you will see in the world. The five storeys and the front facade have amazing and extensive networked marble work done upon them. The 953 windows called jharokhas are an astonishing sight. They were designed in the way so as to aid privacy
Art And Culture, Religious Site, Temple, Architecture
The Galta Monkey Temple is an important religious site in Jaipur. It attracts several Hindu devotees every year. It is also a place where you can see several aspects of ancient Hindu culture and tradition depicted in the art. It was built by the courtier of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, named Diwan Rao Kriparam
Landmark, Historical Site, Architecture , Fort
Located a short distance from the Pink City, Amer Fort is a regal structure built on the top of a hill by Raja Man Singh I of Jaipur. The fort is an absolute must-visit on your trip to Jaipur. Amer Fort tickets are available on the spot but it is recommended you buy tickets for Amer Fort in advance. This can be done through our ticket section, where you can also look through Amer Fort tickets for various tour options
View Point, Historical Site, Architecture , Fort
Situated on the top of the Aravalli hills, The Nahargarh Fort offers a magnificent view of the entire spread of the city of Jaipur. It used to be a defence fort and was built by Maharaja SawaiJai Singh II. It served for the purpose of fortification of the city when it used to be under attack. The fort was also used to shelter and house the British inhabitants and the royal natives during the Sipahi Mutiny of 1857
Historical Site, Architecture , Fort
The famous CheelkaTeela hill of the Aravallis is home to this magnificent fort. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II for the purpose of providing security to the Amber Fort and its adjoining communities from invasions of enemies. To a large extent, the floor plan of the Jaigargh fort resembles the Amer Fort
The Jantar Mantar Observatory is an old observatory that includes several different apparatus that were used in the olden times to practice astronomy. Built in the time of the royals of Rajasthan, The observatory is a part of a group of observatories all over India that are enlisted as World heritage sites. This is because they were used to predict the movement of the celestial bodies long before modern science making them an extremely significant development in the history of science
Monument, Architecture , Photo Gallery, Specialty Museum
A very old and prestigious museum of Jaipur, the Albert hall Museum is a wonderful place to visit. It is named in honour of King Albert Edward VII of England due to the fact that it was he who had inaugurated it. It lies beyond the original walled city. Builtby Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob it was inaugurated sometime in the late 19th century
Albert Hall Museum
The Elefantastic is an interesting elephant farm and a fascinating tourist site of Jaipur. Conserving the Indian Elephants in a vast reserve is the main aim of the place. There are camping facilities within this area.
You can also avail the available Special rides upon the trained elephants. Over the years, the farm has been a great contributor to the welfare of the Indian elephants, and presently houses 23 female elephants and one male elephant. An amazing variety of birds is also housed within the farms. Several smaller wild animals also find a home here
Water Body, Landmark, Historical Site, Palace
The JalMahal or the Water Palace is situated in the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. It has been a part of the legacy of the Royals for many years but was restored and then enlarged by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The whopping five stories of the palace are a beautiful marriage of the Mughal and Rajasthani architectural styles.
Art And Culture, Religious Site, Temple, Architecture
The Laxmi Narayan Temple, built in the honour of the God Vishnu or Narayana, and Goddess Laxmi is one of the important places for religious Hindus in Jaipur. The main temple premises also include the temples of Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna, and Lord Buddha. The premises are huge and are home to several smaller shrines as well as ponds and the like. The white marble makes the temple look magnificent during the night. At night the premises are also brightly lit. The stained glass work depicting events from Hindu mythology are simply superlative. Interestingly, the lives of Socrates, Jesus Christ, Confucius and various religious founders have also been depicted in this place
Lakshmi Narayan Temple
Religious Site, Temple, Architecture , Sculpture
The Abhaneri Step Well is an exclusive tourism venue of Jaipur, situated in Abha Nagri. It features the exceptional invention of collecting and preserving rain water for drinking and fodder during the unfavourable conditions of drought. The most famous among the step wells, as well as the largest and deepest, is the Chand Baori. The walls and steps of the well are exotically adorned with engravings and sculptures
Chand Baoli Step Well
Garden, Walking Area, Statue, Fountain
Built during the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the Sisodia Rani Gardens are a beautiful place to spend a quite morning or afternoon on your trip to Jaipur. The Queen of Sisodian province of the Sun Dynasty is who gives her name to this place.
The garden is landscaped in such a way that there are several layers as it adopts a multitier design. With luxurious fountains, water enclosures, and enormous courtyards illustrated with engravings of designed patterns, the garden is indubitably a must visit. Not just a great place to take pictures in, the gardens are simply awe inspiring to visitors
Sisodia Rani Bagh
Outdoors, National Park, Wildlife Sanctuary , Nature
The Ranthambore National Park is the largest national park of North India. It was built under the jurisdiction of the Indian Government, as a National Reserve for the tigers. The park was enlarged in 1984, through the inclusion of the territories of the Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary and the Keladevi Sanctuary.
The royal tigers are the most imposing creatures that rule over this forested area. It is definitely their elegance and royalty that draws so many tourists to Ranathambore every year. Other than these majestic beasts, peacocks, black bucks and spotted deer as well as a total of 270 species of birds are housed by this national park.
Ranthambore National Park
An impressive collection of sea shells especially from India and from all the marine locations of the world can be seen in Jaipur. You will be surprised at this eccentric assortment of seashells. varieties of sea shells collected from the various marine zones of India, along with exceptional collections from the seas of Australia, West Indies, the Mediterranean, North Atlantic, Japan, and the entire coastline of Africa and South America make this an internationally reputed collection
Alice Garg National Seashell Museum
Landmark, Historical Site, Tower
The valour and great bravery of the Rajasthani Royals have been beautifully preserved by the Sagasuli tower making it a must-visit for every history lover. Built in the 18th century, it has also been constructed while keeping in mind the rules of Vaastu Shaastra. It was king of Jaipur Maharaja Ishwari Singh, who asked for it to be made as a symbol for his victory. The Tower is also widely known as the Isar Lat. It has become a very distinct landmark and heritage of Jaipur
Entertainment, Performance, Theatre, Concert
The Jawahar Kala Kendra is a place where you can see an amazing array of objects as well as events that form the core of the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan.The Centre is a place that tries topreserve and highlight the native artwork and craftwork of Jaipur and Rajasthan. There are eight museum and exhibition buildings, along with a concert hall, an auditorium, and various art rooms and art studio. The permanent art exhibitions are housed in two of the buildings. Three museum buildings house show galleries and communal festivals of theatrical arts of Jaipur. Built in the late 1980s it is an important addition to the cultural milieu of Jaipur. Interestingly, the museum has been built to resemble the old city of Jaipur.
Jawahar Kala Kendra
Religious Site, Temple
Built in the early 1800s by Seth Jai Ram Paliwal, this Ganesh temple is extremely important to the people of Jaipur. It is situated upon a picturesque hill. Besides it has an exotic palace that engulfs it. The devotees of the God Ganesh visit this place in huge numbers every year making a very important religious site
Moti Dungri Ganesh Temple
Art And Culture, Historical Site, Memorial, Architecture
Gaitore is a famous historical venue of Jaipur. Raised as symbols for cremation grounds of the royal Rajput Emperors and the family members of the kings clan, The Gaitoreis an example of the fusion of Mughal and Hindu architecture. Marble and red and yellow sandstone structures, bearing the inscriptions of the traditional carvings of Rajasthan adorn this place.