Admire the Remarkable Water Palace
The amazing Jal Mahal (water palace) of Jaipur seems to float effortlessly in the vicinity of Amber Fort on Man Sagar River. Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I, but it is believed that in the middle of the 18th century it was turned into a lodge for shooting royal ducks. The Palace has 4 levels under the sea and is specifically designed to prevent water from being drained.. The palace has four stories. Unfortunately, the palace is still not accessible to the people, although it is being restored, so you must be happy to look at it from the lakeside.
Spend Sunset at Nahargarh Fort
Compact but powerful Nahargarh Fort is high in the rocky Araval hills to the north-west of the city of Jaipur. It’s known as “Tiger Fort.” Sawai Jai Singh II directed it to strengthen his new capital’s defense in 1734. It became famous in 2006 following the filming of scenes from the hit Bollywood film Rang De Basanti. The fort offers spectacular views of the town, particularly at sunset. The interior of the house is the Palace room, the background of the modern Sculpture Park, of Madhavendra Bhavan. There is also a wax museum, an exquisite restaurant called Once Upon a Time and a budget-led Padao restaurant. You have to pay a entry fee of 50 rupees or Indians and 200 rupees to allow foreigners to reach the Palace section of the fort, if you don’t have a government composite pass. Those who feel energetic should stroll up to the old town castle. The main portion of the palace will be available from 10 a.m. Around five.30 p.m. Every day. For more details, please see this important Nahargarh Fort map.
Relax at the Royal Cenotaphs
Although the Gatore ki Chhatriyan cenotaphs at the foot of the Nahargarh Fort are included in the City Palace Composite Pass, most visitors are not aware of them. This makes them most of the time enjoyable rest. The finely designed cenotaphs remember the late kings of Jaipur, from Sawai Jai Singh to Man Singh ll. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll is the most outstanding cenotaph. It is built of stone, has twenty pillars and is adorned with Hindu gods and people’s sculptures. The complex is open from 9.30 a.m. every day. At five p.m. Switch off at Jal Mahal and follow the Jaipur-Amber Highway. The admission fee is 40 Indian Rupees and 100 international Rupees for those not on a single pass to the City Palace. Near by temple Garh Ganesh is also worth a visit.
Go on a Heritage Water Walk
Around Jaipur (Nahargarh, and Amber Fort, there are two low, yet significant windsides of wonderful architecture). The insightful tour of Heritage Water Walks helps you to know about their features and the sacredness of water in Rajasthani community. The explanation for the old water collection systems used to supply the forts with water is fascinating. The tours will last two hours. The cost per person for Indians is 1,000-1,100 rupees and for foreigners is 1,300-1,500 rupees. Flexible timings.
Pose for Photos Inside Patrika Gate
Ninth and colourful Gate in Jaipur, Patrika Gate, has a five minutes north of Jaipur airport, which leads to the Jawahar circle park. The ornamental gate, recently built but traditional, was named after the Rajasthani daily Patrika. The walls are covered with beautiful paintings that portray everyday scenes and various Rajasthan regions. It’s one of the most famous picture shooting places in Jaipur, not surprisingly.
Get Up Close to Monkeys
The holy Galtaji Temple is rather ruinous, nestled on the east end of the village between two granite cliffs. This belongs to a bigger temple building with three holy water pools as well. Tens of thousands of monks, who come there to drink and eat, took over one of the baths. Usually they are polite and want to be fed. The environment is not well managed, sadly. Be prepared to meet garbage and waste and those who ask you to pay for it. Visit the temple late at night, at sunset, as the monkeys flock. To get there, walk from the path to the White Sun Temple and proceed down the steps.
Take a Hot Air Balloon Flight
Jaipur is one of the majestic places to fly in India on a hot air balloon. Two separate routes are served by Skywaltz. The key is only north of the Amber fort, Jaipur. Regional towns, forts, palaces are surrounded by hoops. The other direction passes through the unspoilt area around the palace and village of Samode. Based on wind speed and direction, the starting points differ. The flight is approximately one hour long and costs $190 per passenger. Between September to April the season is long.