Jaipur, the largest city of the Indian State and the capital of Rajasthan. The delightful pink colour theme of the buildings in Jaipur made it called Pink City. One of the best and glorious tourist destinations in India. Creates part of the west Golden Triangle tourist circuit combined with Delhi and Agra. It also functions as a gateway into additional holiday destinations in Rajasthan, such as Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, and Mount Abu. Explore the spark of traditional Indian culture with family. One of the lovely places to visit with family. Plan your trip to Jaipur from November to February. Various tremendous places are here that we are going to discuss, that will be breath-taking, so hold your seats, tighten your seat belts, and here we go !

Hawa Mahal – Palace of Winds

Hawa Mahal is one of the beautiful places to visit in Jaipur. Pretty red and pink sandstone walls of the Mahal attracts the visitors. Situated on the outskirts of the City Palace, Jaipur. Unique five floors apparent seems like the honeycomb of a beehive because of its 953 small windows known as Jharokhas draped with sophisticated latticework. Attractive lattice design permitted royal ladies to look at the outside world, and not be seen by anyone. The unique architectural property allows fresh breeze during the time of increased temperatures in sizzling summer. The best time to visit the Hawa Mahal is 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Ten for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Fifty. What are you waiting for? Visit this picture-perfect place! 

Amber Fort- Palace on hills

Amber Fort, with its devious architectonics construction, is one of the great places to visit in Jaipur. Raja Man Singh constructed the ravishing pile of bricks in 1592. Attractive red stones and marbles add colors, and Maotha Lake adds on a certain charm to the entire palace. Amber Fort is famous for its stylish artistic elements. Fort is situated on the high hills that attract the tourists. The best fascination of this palace is the Diwan-e-Aam, the Diwan-e-Khas, the Sheesh Mahal, and The Sukh Niwas. The public can visit here between 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Twenty-five for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Five hundred Fifty. Additionally, students and other discounts are also there, but all you need is the right proof providing to the ticket office. Moreover, don’t forget to attend the light show that is held every evening at Amber Fort at 8:30 p.m. in Hindi and 7:30 p.m. in English. Light show tickets cost Rupees Two hundred for English, and Hindi, it costs Rupees Hundred.

Nahargarh Fort- Abode of Tigers

Stands on the fringe of the Aravalli Hills, glossing over the city of Jaipur. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II was not only the founder of Nahargarh, but also he was the founder of Jaipur. Once formed a Ring of Defense together with Amber Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Visiting inside the fort allows you to explore the several erections such as the Royal Gaitor Tombs, Sculpture Park, Sheesh Mahal, and Jaipur Wax Museum. You can enjoy the ravishing view of the entire Jaipur city from the top of the Nahargarh Fort. Watching the sunset from here is one of the beautiful things you can do at Nahargarh Fort. The public can visit here between 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Fifty for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Two hundred.

Jantar Mantar- The Orchestra

The Jantar Mantar- a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments. This unique monument was built by Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734. Here you can see the world’s largest stone timepiece or sundial. Other than a sundial, there are eighteen other fabulous instruments founded here. Daily in the evening time, a light and sound show is organized at the monument, you must find it very fascinating. The public can visit here between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Fifty for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Two hundred.

Albert Hall Museum- The Art of Jaipur 

Albert Hall Museum- The oldest state museum of Rajasthan. The museum is a gem of historical artwork, carvings, ornaments, furnishings, attire, musical instruments, etc. It also has the collection of Mughal, British, Delhi Sultanate, Kushan, and Gupta period’s coins. This gallery is an admirable instance of Indo-Gothic architecture. Also known as the Government Central Museum. The building was built by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob and declared as a public museum in 1887. The main charm of this museum is an Egyptian mummy. This museum welcomes night visitors as well between 7 PM to 10 PM. The public can visit here between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Forty for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Three hundred. During night time tickets cost Rupees One Hundred for everyone. 

Jal Mahal- The Water Palace

Jal Mahal is a water palace situated in the middle of Lake Man Sagar and one of the beautiful visiting places in Jaipur. This monument has a detailed view surrounded by the lake with its primary focus, The Jal Mahal. The magnificent Jal Mahal is built with red sandstone. The palace consists of five stories, among which four floors are underwater; only the top level is visible and offers an amazing and unique viewing experience. Its architecture is a blended combination of Mughal and Rajput styles. Beautiful octagonal chhatris situated on the four corners of the terrace with one in the center. The Jal Mahal is one of the beautiful places to visit in Jaipur at dusk. The way it will look during the dusk time will take away your heart. The public can visit here between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily. The Entrance ticket costs Rupees Ten for Indians, and for different nationalities, it costs Rupees Fifty. Plan accordingly to visit here because the palace closes early, and it will take nearly 3 to 4 hours to explore the whole Jal Mahal.

Galtaji Temple- Holy Kunds

The  Galtaji Temple or Khole Ke Hanuman Ji is an essential Hindu Holy expedition Center and famous tourist place in Jaipur. Diwan Rao Kriparam built it in the early 15th century. A series of temples built into a narrow opening of hills that surrounds Jaipur. The beautiful architecture, great pavilions, and the excellent position attract visitors. A natural spring flows out from the high hills down towards the earth, filling out all the water tanks. This beautiful temple enables freshwater springs and has seven holy water tanks and three sacred pools. This sacred pool is a delightful spot for the monkeys for bathing. This place also has shrines devoted to Lord Vishnu, Surya, Brahma, and Lord Rama. The best time to visit here is during the late afternoon when monkeys get inside the temple at the time of sunset. The entry is free.

Rambagh Palace- The Mahal of Maharajas 

Rambagh Palace, once the Mahal of Maharajas, now it is presented as one of the best hotels in the world. It was built as a garden house for the wet nurse of Prince Ram Singh II. Later on, this Mahal was converted into an unpretentious princely hunting lodge as its location was in the middle of the dark forest during that time. In the 20th century, Raja Sawai Man Singh II declared the Palace his primary residence and added numerous kingly apartments. Now it is completely transformed into a 5-star hotel owned by Taj Group. Rambagh Palace’s beauty and royalty made it considered as the best tourist places in Jaipur. If you would like to visit here, it will cost you Rupees Forty per head for Indians, and for other nationalities, it costs Rupees Hundred for one person. The best time to visit here is 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM. A suggestion to explore this place better is to take a guide along with you to know the charismatic fact about this beautiful Palace.

Elefantastic- The Elephant’s World

Elefantastic is a fantastic tourist attraction of Jaipur. It is best known for its extraordinary concept of keeping the elephants in the farm and treating them like babies. Elephant lovers interact here with these elephants by washing, nourishing, and decorating them with nonhazardous chalks. People here who take care of them are aware of their treatments, medicines, food, etc. Animal lovers can have a great time at Elefantastic. An Elephant Ride is something you cannot miss here!

Johari Bazaar- Treasure of Gems

Jaipur is considered as the shopper’s fantasyland. From jewelry to footwear, glamorous earthenware to handicrafts, there is nothing that you cannot find in Jaipur. Johari Bazaar is the oldest market and best places to visit in Jaipur. Most of the shops are painted in pink. You will find exotic Jaipuri Jewellery made of gold, diamonds, silver, and emeralds. The popular item you will find here is Kundan jewelry. You will see flocks of women bargaining on the sarees, lehengas, juttis, jewelry, etc. in the market. Johari Bazaar is the best place for wedding shopping. Besides shopping, don’t forget to try the tasty street food provided here. This market is closed on Sundays. The best visiting hours are 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Sisodiya Rani Garden and Palace-  Heaven of Garden

Sisodiya Rani Garden is a symbol of everlasting love among Rani Sisodia and Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. The palace and garden were built for Sisodiya Rani by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. The castle consists of a unique garden, including watercourses, fountains, and summerhouse. The Mahal has many attractive art galleries portraying the pictures from the love life of Lord Krishna and Radha. This garden is famous for wedding destinations and the best tourist places in Jaipur. The entry is free here. The best time to visit here is from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM. 

FAQs for Jaipur.

What is Jaipur famous for?
Jaipur famous as Pink City of India as its buildings have dominant color scheme and also Jaipur is capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is also famous for his Rajasthani culture, folk songs and Traditional Handcrafts, Jewelry, Fabric and Rajasthani Cuisine.
What is the best time to visit Jaipur?
Winter season is best time to visit Jaipur, specially during the month November to January.