If you are planning to visit the Pink City in the near future, here is the list of 10 best Tourist places to visit in Jaipur that would help you develop an itinerary in an easy way.
- Amber Fort & Palace
The palace is located in the beautiful picturesque valley of Aravali Hills and is a must visited place when you are in Jaipur. Raja Man Singh laid the foundation stone of the palace while Mirja Raja Jai Singh completed its construction. High walls and unique architecture in white marble and red sandstone adds to the mesmerizing beauty of the palace.
- Jal Mahal
In the history of Rajputana architecture, the Jal Mahal has made a glorious position. A blend of Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture can be seen in the interior and exterior of this Mahal. This five storey master architecture is among the tourist attractions and must be visited in the seasons when the lake is filled with water and four of the storeys remain underwater.
- Nahargarh Fort
Nahargarh Fort is an ultimate location to get panoramic view of the Pink city. The beauty of the landscape view is at its best during the night time when Jaipur city is lit up with lamps and lights. Wall and ceiling paintings adds to the architectural beauty of the Fort.
- Hawa Mahal
With 953 windows, also known as jharokas, the Palace of the Breeze remains cool and airy and makes it a pleasant place in extreme weather conditions. Built in Ancient era, the Mahal reveals the scientific vision of Rajput King Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. These jharokas prevents the outsiders from staring the royal women residing inside, but the incredible patterns of the windows provides a clearer view of the outside world.
- Rambagh Palace
The popular Palace of Maharaja Sawai Raj Singh II is now converted to a five star hotel by Taj Group of Hotels. The royal suites were once constructed by the royal King with the aim of building a principle residence. One of the good things is that the tourists are allowed to take photographs of the picture perfect locations of the Mahal.
- Galta Monkey Temple
Also known as Galtaji, the temple is located 10 kms away from Jaipur on hte popular Aravali hills. According to a belief, Saint Galav meditated in the region for 100 significant years. God blessed the region with abundance of water and thereafter seven ponds or kunds were constructed as an honour to the Saint.
- Chokhi Dhani
IF you are visiting Jaipur, you must not miss out this traditional and cultural place located in the neighbourhood of the Pink City. You can enjoy the rich heritage and ethnicity of Rajasthan along with great and popular Rajasthani cuisines. It is open to public all day. Folk songs along with traditional dances are represented to the visitors.
- Albert HallThe foundation stone of this place was laid down in 1876 to honour the visit of Prince of Wales, and later on this Hall was turned to a Museum. Earlier the museum exhibits the masterpieces created by local artisans but today, the center of attraction is one of the six ‘Egyptian Mummies’ gifted by the Brughsch Bey of the Museum of Cairo.
- Govindji Temple
Govindji Temple is located in City Palace Complex. The image of the Lord Krishna is known to resemble the reincarnated form of the God. The temple is open to tourist and the local public from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.
- Sisoidia Rani Garden
The royal garden was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1728 as a symbol of eternal love for his second queen. The garden incorporate fountains, galleries and painted pavilions and is open to public from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.