Things to Do in Jaipur

Jaipur

Rajasthan is an embodiment of rich cultural heritage, with vibrancy of colorful traditions and flavorful food. The rustic charm of the State truly takes over the heart of travelers. Being a major tourist destination for the whole world, travelers are mesmerized with great architectural designs, the famous long-standing monuments, the rich folk culture, delicious street food and vibrant shopping spheres.

Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan has a lot to explore in itself. Laying the foundations of the rule of the royal family, it is known as the “Pink City” owing to the color it was built upon. With malls and shopping complexes, a very famous tourist market is around the Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Wind, standing like a magnificent symbol of royal beauty. There are other splendid buildings including the famous Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Birla Mandir, Jal Mahal and many others. Atv in jaipur is one of the most adventurous activities one can do in jaipur.

If you want to explore the magic combined with the rustic charm, hiring tour guides can help you through. The local shops hover you with a variety of colorful clothes; the traditional gota patti work lehengas and dupattas, along with other accessories. There are beautiful handmade décor pieces along with jewelry items to keep you in awe of this creative city journey. Being in Rajasthan, it definitely touches the extremes in summers. Hence planning a trip during pleasant months would be a better option if you want to explore every nook and corner. The food delicacies include a handful of items and trying street food could be a good start. Let us explore some of the must-try things to do in this packaged deal of gardens, royal palaces and courtyards.

Interesting Things to do in Jaipur

Visiting the Royal Fort

The city of Jaipur consists of a number of forts and palaces but this one holds a special place in the heart of locals and travelers. With majestic size and architecture it stands in sheer beauty uphill. For reaching the rocky hill, you can take car rides. You will find small local shops all throughout and even outside the fort with men in pagadi playing the traditional instruments. The entry fee is 25Rs. for Indians and 200Rs. for NRIs and by paying Rs.250 plus GST you can have an unforgettable experience of a light and sound show.

Enthralling in the Beauty of Wind

Famously known as Hawa Mahal, this Palace of Wind derives its name from 953 windows, resembling a honeybee hive. It looks truly magical when the lights fall over it, taking us back to years when it was used by ladies to watch over the outside life. The entry fee is Rs. 50 for Indians and Rs. 200 for foreigners.

Explore the Unique Doll Museum

A perfect place for kids and even adults who love craft, this is the most outstanding place. With a number of dolls of different shapes and sizes wearing colorful ethnic and traditional outfits of various countries, the place will leave you spell-bounded with creativity. The entry fee is also very cheap, just Rs. 10 for each person.

Have a Flavorful Time at Choki Dhani

A resort crafted in total Rajasthani style with an ethnic village vibe, providing the supremacy of Rajasthani rural life, folk dances, music, puppet shows, and a lot more with the mouth-watering delicacies. In approximately 1,600 Rs you will have a time of your life here.

Visit the Delightful Birla Mandir

A beautiful piece of architecture with white marble, crafted in the backdrop of lush greenery gives the most calming vibes when visited to pay your respects. Situated in the Tilak Nagar area, it looks even more spectacular when lighted in the evening. It is definitely a must-visit from 8-12 in the morning and 4-8 in the evening.

Enjoy the Shopping Sphere at Bapu Bazar

Bapu Bazaar is the most famous market place in Jaipur to get your hands on a variety of traditional and handmade local items. From accessories to clothes, to footwear and jewelry, the items and varieties here are never-ending.

Learn and Explore the Albert Hall Museum

If you are a history enthusiast or like to learn about ancient rulers, Albert Hall Museum is a must-visit for you. From children to adults everyone finds solace in the magical view of artifacts and knowledge of each one. There are weapons, items showcasing the rich heritage of the State, along with an Egyptian Mummy and facts about rulers here. The big Museum takes you around for 2-3 hours, surprising you with interesting revelations. It is open from 9AM to 5PM and from 7PM TO 10PM.

Conclusion

Along with these there are many other local markets, places to try out local cuisine and even indulge in folk festivals and marvelous architecture of the place. Just plan a trip well, guiding you with a good itinerary to assist you in exploring every corner, taking enough time and capturing a lot of memories.