15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

15 Things to do in Jaipur

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur, the Pink City of India is probably one of the most popular cities that hordes of travelers make a beeline to from all over the world. As the sun sets on the western horizon, shadows of impressive forts and magnificent palaces cast an ethereal spell of magic in Jaipur city. Jaipur is the gateway to the wild beauty of the Thar Desert and a city where the modern juxtaposes with the historical in a pleasing symphony of color and culture. Jaipur travel guides bring alive the beauty of the pink city in glossy terms, however, none of them are able to do justice to the actual experience of being there.

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Jaipur which is the capital city of Rajasthan, a western state in India was our first destination and pit stop on our road trip across Rajasthan which covered a distance of 1,322 kilometers. Jaipur is indeed one of the must-visit cities in Rajasthan apart from the cities of Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Ajmer, and Pushkar. Jaipur weaves a different and unique magic of its own and is sure to enthrall visitors with its mind-boggling array of sights and experiences. The days we spent at Jaipur were some of the most satisfying and exciting as we got lost in the history and legends of forts and palaces, yielded to the tempting allure of Rajasthani cuisine, and swayed to the hypnotic beats of Rajasthani culture. Here we have curated for you the top 15 things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Read on to see what are the best things to do in Jaipur. We hope you enjoy the Jaipur itinerary of our Rajasthan road trip as we revel in the fun things to do in Jaipur.

Step into the myriad maze of history at Amer Fort

One of the first things to do in Jaipur for most travelers is to set off on an exploratory journey into history along the cobbled pathways at the historic Amer Fort. The fort encloses within its fold a palace where the King, Queen, and his retinue stayed as well as a mini town. As you walk into the ramparts of Amer Fort, you step into a fascinating world that is sure to give your imagination wings. The Palace inside the Amer Fort is designed on four levels and includes Diwan-i-Aam or the hall where the King used to listen to the issues and complaints of the common people, the Diwan-i-Khas which was a hall where the privileged could get a private audience with the King, the Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors where the King and Queen could grab some romantic moments, and Sukh Niwas where the royalty could spend time in the cool environs of rooms away from the sweltering heat owing to an ingenious system that can be called as the precursor of air-conditioning. Indeed the Amer Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur.

Take your imagination to dizzying heights at Hawa Mahal

15 Things to do in Jaipur

An intricate and exquisite façade apparently designed and given shape lovingly, the Hawa Mahal soars to the sky from the side of a busy street where vehicles and pedestrians jostle with each other. The Hawa Mahal is an extension of a Palace and was meant to give an opportunity to the womenfolk of the Royal family to watch the goings on in the street discreetly through latticed windows that also served as a conduit for fresh and cool air. The façade is a pleasing structure of octagonal bays with 953 niches with beautifully carved Jharokhas or balconies. As you crane your neck upwards to get a full view of the Hawa Mahal, you can almost feel the din of the traffic slowly fading away to be replaced by the mellifluous sounds of musical instruments and the rhythmic dance moves of performers as you are transported back in time. You can almost glimpse the beautifully dressed royal womenfolk chatting and laughing behind the façade. The beauty of Hawa Mahal makes it the epicenter of Jaipur points of interest.

Experience the feel of royalty at City Palace

15 Things to do in Jaipur

One can sense the Royal aura of the Kings of Rajasthan as soon as you enter the precincts of the City Palace in Jaipur. A visit to the City Palace, Jaipur is undoubtedly one of the top things to do in Jaipur. The City Palace is guaranteed to leave one stupefied with its opulence and grandeur. The majestic array of buildings, gardens, and courtyards are designed to impress. When at the City Palace the sights one should not miss are the Chandra Mahal, Mukut Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple, Museum, and Maharani’s Palace.

 Marvel at the intricacies of Time at the Jantar Mantar

15 Things to do in Jaipur

A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Jantar Mantar was a fascination for us and ranked high in our own list of things to do in Jaipur. Completed in 1734 CE, the Jantar Mantar stands as a silent ode to the ingenuity and knowledge of Astronomy of the people of those times. The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has the largest Sundial in the World. Jantar Mantar houses instruments built of stone and brass that facilitate the observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye.

Take a thrilling walk in an underground tunnel to Jaigarh Fort

15 Things to do in Jaipur

The Amer Fort has many secrets hidden in its labyrinthine folds, some known and some unknown. One of the secrets that are no longer a secret is an underground passage. The passage connects Amer Fort to Jaigarh Fort and was supposedly an exit plan for the Royal family in case of the Amer Fort being attacked and falling to invaders. As you walk the dimly lit path that stretches 2 kilometers to Jaigarh Fort, your own shadows are sure to play tricks on your mind and you may even hear the frenzied footsteps of the royal family retreating from invading forces. The walk to Jaigarh Fort is definitely one of the most exciting off-beat things to do in Jaipur.

Be Mesmerized by the beauty of Jaigarh Fort

15 Things to do in Jaipur

The Jaigarh Fort was built in 1726 with the express purpose of protecting the Amer Fort and the palace within. The Jaigarh Fort is built along the lines of Amer Fort and houses beautiful gardens, courtyards, gates, and palaces, and temples. The Palaces consist of Lalit Mandir, Laxmi Vilas, Aram Mandir, and Vilas Mandir. In addition, the Jaigarh Fort also has a museum and armory.

Feast your eyes on the enchanting beauty of the Jal Mahal

15 Things to do in Jaipur


An ethereal-looking structure pleasing to the eye seems to be floating serenely in the middle of Lake Man Sagar with hills rising in the background. That is Jal Mahal a beautiful sight to behold and one of the most pleasing things to do in Jaipur. One can only view the beautiful Jal Mahal or Water Palace from the shore. Though the spectacle of the Jal Mahal is grand what is more intriguing is the fact that the structure is five-storied and four storeys lie submerged in the water, a truly unique feat of engineering as the water does not flow into the palace which has remained strong for over 250 years. The surreal beauty of the Jal Mahal makes it one of the must-see attractions in Jaipur.

Get an eagle’s eye view of Jaipur from the Nahargarh Fort

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India


A Fort that overlooks the city of Jaipur and one whose construction itself was obstructed by the scheming of the spirit of a dead man named Nahar Singh Bhomia. The construction of the fort was completed only after the spirit was pacified by building a temple. This is an intriguing myth that envelops the Nahargarh Fort. Also, the views of the city from the fort are breathtaking and makes it a must see in Jaipur.

Get entranced by the divine beauty of Birla Mandir

15 Things to do in Jaipur

A beautiful structure in white marble located at the base of the Moti Dungari hill in Jaipur, the Birla Mandir is a beautiful paean in marble. A place that stands like an oasis of serene calm amidst the hustle and bustle of a beautiful city. After a hectic and busy day, the Birla Mandir visit will prove to be one of the most relaxing things to do in Jaipur.

Catch the latest Bollywood flick in vintage style at Raj Mandir

15 Things to do in Jaipur


Watching a movie in a theatre may be passé, but watching a movie at the Raj Mandir in Jaipur is an experience not to miss. The opulent theatre designed in a unique style and so representative of the spirit of Jaipur is a must visit attraction. Rajmandir is one of Jaipur’s tourist places which promises a complete entertainment package.

Stroll through a 275-year-old royal garden at Kanak Vrindavan

15 Things to do in Jaipur

On your way to Amer Fort, on the right-hand side stands Kanak Vrindavan, a garden that is styled in the form of Vrindavan, the place where Lord Krishna is supposed to have performed Maha Raas. The Garden consists of a temple and many fountains along with intricately carved marble structures. The place is a visual delight and has featured in many Bollywood films. The sheer serenity and calm of Kanak Vrindavan render it one of the best places to visit in Jaipur.

Let loose your shopping streak at Bapu Bazaar

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

As you step into the old walled city of Jaipur, you seem to have literally crossed the threshold of time as you gaze at the quaint buildings and are enveloped in a halo of pink. The Pink city comes alive with all its old world charm in the lanes and by-lanes of the walled city. Any traveler worth their salt would not even think of not doing one of the most enjoyable things to do in Jaipur, shopping! Bapu Bazaar nestled in the walled city is a paradise for shopping. Bapu Bazaar has everything from dresses with typically Rajasthani motifs and patterns, to bedsheets and pillow covers, traditional Rajasthani footwear which includes the famous Rajasthani Mojris. Shopping in Jaipur is indeed an indulgence for one’s material impulses.

Pamper the foodie in you with the tempting repertoire of Rajasthani Cuisine at Lakshmi Mishtan Bhandar and Rawat Mishtan Bhandar

15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

The Rajasthani cuisine is unique and brings alive the aromas and flavors of the desert. Authentic Rajasthani food holds the promise of a blissful experience with its subtle as well as covert flavors. If you are in Rajasthan and do not taste the richness of its cuisine, it is definitely a case of mission unaccomplished! There are many eateries in and around Jaipur that will cater to your adventurous palate but one of the things to do in Jaipur that we strongly recommend is eating at either Lakshmi Misthan Bhandar or Rawat Mishtan Bhandar or both. Savour the succulent Kachoris from Rawat Misthan Bhandar, which are Indian snacks popular across the country. Ghewar, a disc-shaped sweet cake soaked in sugar syrup is one of the specialties of Jaipur and is irresistible. One can also indulge in a multi-course meal at Lakshmi Mishtan Bhandar which is sure to leave you asking for more. A food crawl in the lanes of Jaipur is one of the most satiating activities in Jaipur.

Peep through the window of history at Albert Hall Museum

15 Things to do in Jaipur

Museums are windows to history, culture, arts, science, and so much more. They bring alive stories and information in vivid detail. The Albert Hall Museum is the State Museum of Rajasthan, it showcases the art of Jaipur in the form of carpets, sculptures in stone, ivory, and marble as well as paintings. The building itself is impressive and a wonderful example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. On earlier visits, we had skipped this attraction but having seen it in many Jaipur photos, we wanted to visit the place and were really glad that we did not give it a miss. Make sure to visit the Albert Hall Museum as it may not feature in your typical Jaipur Package.

Be swept away by the magic of Rajasthani Folk Dance

15 Things to do in Jaipur

The folk dances and songs of Rajasthan are known for their vibrancy and rhythm, they bring alive in spectacular fashion tales of war and valor, ballads of love, devotion to Gods and Goddesses. There are various Dance forms that bring alive the captivating magic of Rajasthan. One of the most popular and famous is a dance called Ghoomar in which women wearing billowing and colorful skirts twirl in mesmerizing fashion to the music. The grace of the women, the swirling dresses, and the hypnotic music are enough to cast a spell. The folk dances of Rajasthan can be enjoyed at various places in Jaipur including Amer Fort. Experiencing the colorful and visual treat of Rajasthani folk dance is one of the top things to do in Jaipur. A dance performance, however, may not be something that you will easily find in your typical Jaipur City Guide, however, a little bit of research and inquiry will pay rich dividends.

These are some of the activities and things to do in Jaipur, but this in no way is an exhaustive list. The possibilities are endless when you are in Jaipur, Rajasthan. One needs to open up all the senses to really savor each moment to the full and take back sweet memories. Jaipur has much to offer for the entire family. Visiting Jaipur with kids is always going to be an entertaining and educational experience for the kids.

It was soon time for us to leave Jaipur and Rajasthan and head southwards, from the deserts to the lush green hills of Ooty for our next adventure which was awaiting us at Sterling Resorts.

Have you visited Jaipur? If not you should and if possible stay in one of those heritage and palatial Jaipur hotels. Do share with us your experiences in the Pink city.


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76 thoughts on “15 Things to do in Jaipur, Rajasthan

  1. robin rue Reply

    That sounds like such an amazing place to visit. I would love to check out the folk dancing – it sounds really cool to see.

  2. Danik Reply

    This region is on my bucket list for India and Jaipur is defo up there. I love the looks of all palaces and forts. Love the description you have given me and has given me some more food for thoughts.

  3. candy Reply

    India isn’t on my list of places to visit but if we did go we would want to see all the historical buildings. Go and see the cultural and how the people live and work and play.

  4. Dannielle Reply

    This is surely the most Instagrammable part of India?! So pretty! If I ever get to India, this is top of my list. Just stunning.

  5. Alli Smith Reply

    I would definitely feel like royalty while viewing all the magnificent buildings and palaces. And the food looks delicious too. I’d love to visit!

  6. Jenn @ EngineerMommy Reply

    If I had more free time, I’d love to travel throughout the world. Visiting India would be such a wonderful trip. I would really enjoy the sights and sounds of this culture.

  7. Flo Reply

    Jaipur looks like it’s absolutely full of colour and heritage! Jal Mahal looks incredible, as if it’s lightly floating on the lake. I’ve only ever visited Mysore but I’m hoping to travel and see the Golden Triangle (at a minimum) one day!

  8. Sarah Bailey Reply

    What some absolutely beautiful and exciting things to do I am loving the look of the underground tunnel to Jaigarh Fort that just looks really intriguing to me.

  9. Jeanette Reply

    There are so many different things to do there and I did not realize. I have never even thought about going here but with all of these interesting things to do there I definitely think I need to go.

  10. Jenn Reply

    I’ve heard very little about Jaipur so am really glad I came across your post! This looks like an amazing place to visit and I’d definitely love snapping some shots of Hawa Mahal and tasting all the food there. Thanks for a great post!

  11. Emily Reply

    Wow, the architecture and history there is amazing! I love learning about new place that I have never been to. Finding out about the people and traditions really makes me antsy to prioritize more traveling!

  12. Julee Reply

    Can we just pause and admire the architecture for a moment?! Wow! and the colors…so subtle yet vibrant. What a gorgeous place to take in!

  13. Anosa Reply

    Though all of these things look like awesome things to include in one’s itinerary i think Hawa mawah is my absolute favourite

  14. Cheryl Reply

    The architecture looks divine! And I would love to take in a Bollywood flick and eat my way through the city.

  15. Aldrick Agpaoa Reply

    What interests me in Jaipur is the Rawa Mahal. I am becoming a lover of intricate architecture and Rawa Mahal sums up (for me) what Jaipur is, aside from being pink. *wink* There are a lot of similarities with Indian and Filipino culture that I love, that’s maybe because India is close to my heart. P.S.: I want to learn the Rajasthani Folk Dance, too!

  16. Liz Mays Reply

    It would be so amazing to see the Hawa Mahal in person. I’m really impressed with that architecture! I never get to see anything like that here.

  17. Tanya Korteling Reply

    There sounds to be so many great things to see here, if we return to India which hopefully we will in a couple of years I’d love to go. I’m quite a foodie soo probably Lakshmi Mishtan Bhandar and Rawat Mishtan Bhandar would be top of my list 🙂

  18. Joanna Reply

    I love that you recommending going to see a movie at the Raj Mandir. I have actually went there when I visited Jaipur! It was such a great local experience. Before the movie I drank a cup of sweet lassi at one of the shops nearby, which was one of the best I have ever had in India.

  19. Pinay Mommy Online Reply

    India is one of the places listed on my travel list. Jaipur Rajasthan looks like an awesome place to visit, I’d certainly go to the Bapu Bazaar or the Albert Hall Museum first though.

  20. Iuliana Marchian Reply

    The architecture of Jaipur is so elegant and exquisite. Hawa Mahal is a red jewel of intricate details and I can feel the intimate atmosphere of the spaces where women stayed there. Is it possible to go inside? What is it happening there now?

  21. Noel Reply

    Aside from nature, architectural models from old eras always fascinate me. And I’m equally intrigued by that Pink City Palace whenever I’d catch a photo from the internets.

  22. Dogvills Reply

    The architecture is fantastic! I just love the facade of these buildings. If it looks that beautiful outside, I can just imagine the pomp and splendor or the interior. Thanks for sharing the lovely photos!

  23. Debra Hawkins Reply

    Wow! These photos are absolutely stunning! I have always wanted to go here. The architecture is just gorgeous!

  24. Jaime Nicole Reply

    I would LOVE to visit Jaipur one day. Your photos are gorgeous – the architecture is stunning and the food looks AMAZING!

  25. neha Reply

    Jaipur has so much to offer. We missed some like Birla Mandir and the Albert Hall Museum on our last trip. But we would definitely like to cover them on the next one. The place is just so colorful and vibrant. I totally love the Rajasthani culture

  26. Ambuj Saxena Reply

    Very well written post. I have been to jaipur and blogged about it so I know how much value you’ve added here. I think babu bazaar is one place I should have covered and bought something good for my 5 year old niece.

  27. Ozzy Reply

    Have seen most of these places in Jaipur, but every time I see or read a post on the Pink City, I come across a new POV. Being a history buff I kind of missed out on the traditional dances and the bazaars. Did enjoy Rajasthani cuisine though, its so light but filling. Nahargarh Fort and City Palace are personal favourites in Jaipur hands down. Great pictures though. I could never get a shot without the crowd in it 🙂

  28. Katie Reply

    You captured Jaipur so well in your photos! They’re so beautiful! I’d definitely like to visit one day to see all these sights and I can definitely see myself doing some shopping at the Bapu Bazaar for sure!

  29. Paige Wunder Reply

    Jaipur is at the top of my India list. The Pink City just has so many amazing things to see! Thank you for introducing me to a few new ones to add to my list though! I would love to see a Bollywood Flick in Vintage Style! I love the idea of doing something so classic, like going to the movies, but doing it in a special way! I’ll definitely check that out!

  30. Laura Nalin Reply

    These photos are gorgeous — I can’t get over the fact this place exists. I am pretty sure the view from the Nahargarh Fort (door) is my dream entrance to a home someday….when I become a millionaire, that is! 😛 Anyway, great post as always!

  31. Izzy Reply

    I got to see a free Rajasthani dance show in Udaipur but we never made it to Jaipur! I feel like Rajasthan absolutely warrants more time to explore. The Hawa Mahal is breathtaking and I can already picture all these beady eyes peering through those windows long ago.

  32. Candy Reply

    I was immediately drawn to the Hawa Mahal. Then when I read the story behind the design I was amazed. I can just picture women secretly looking to the streets without anyone really noticing them. It’s the perfect architecture for spys 🙂

  33. Kavey Favelle | Kavey Eats Reply

    Excellent post on the attractions of Jaipur. It’s been so many years since I visited that your photos really have me longing to go back and enjoy photographing them again myself! My mum visited family there recently and bought me some great woodblock prints for me to use in my pottery. I also associate the city with beautiful throws/ blankets.

  34. Carmen Baguio Reply

    Thank you for sharing such beautiful breathtaking scenic photos. It is absolutely amazing. We would love to add this to our bucket list of travels. You laid out an intriguing invitation to visit. Now to determine how much time to set aside to take in the beautiful sites.

  35. Angie (FeetDoTravel) Reply

    Aaaaaaah, looking at your photos and hearing y0ur story, it took me right back to when we visited Jaipur. What a gorgeous city with stunning architecture, we loved wandering around capturing the same images you have. Thank you for reminding me of our wonderful trip! #feetdotravel

  36. Shona Reply

    I’m definitely pinning this to use when I get to Jaipur. What a fantastic amount of information. Your photos are stunning and make me want to visit now!

  37. Anna Johnston Reply

    The architecture is so varied and interesting. I love the Hawa Mahal and the reason it was built, I can just see all those beautifully dressed women peeping through the lattice work.

  38. LaiAriel R. Samangka Reply

    Wow, I never knew that Jaipur has this kind of amazing view. The buildings intricate design are really beyond compare and one of a kind. I love how you were able to showcase the interesting story behind all these stunning places. Another place in India that I should visit. You have been feeding me a great deal of amazing places in India. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

  39. Lara Dunning Reply

    I don’t know much about India and I so enjoy following your travels and learning about this part of the world. The country has so much history and beauty and that always come through in your posts.

  40. Elaine Reply

    I really do not know much about India and therefore had never really considered it in my travels. You post has certainly peaked my interest. The intricacies of the architecture are amazing. Thanks.

  41. Sreeram Reply

    Absolutely stunning images of the pink city. Their cuisine is distinct among many other things. Would love to visit Jaipur on my next trip to India.

  42. Anne Reply

    Ooh wow I had no idea there was so much to see and do there. I thought it would be a place you could see in a day but am now changing my estimations. Definitely need to book a trip to this part of India

  43. Helene D'Souza Reply

    I was invited to Jaipur a month ago for a few days. Even in a few days you can’t do everything, Jaipur and it’s surroundings has really a lot to offer. In fact, we had to skip a few things and focused more on other lesser known sights, as massive domestic tourist crowds are not uncommon in more popular sights.

  44. Debbzie Leksono Reply

    My eyes are definitely pampered here by those beautiful pictures. I really love how vibrant India is! I haven’t got the chance to explore it myself though. But if I had I would definitely visiting the beautiful Pink City. Curious about their cuisine too! 😀

  45. Adrenaline Romance Reply

    India is one of the countries that is in our should-visit bucketlist. It is near the Philippines, and as long as we finance this right, we can definitely have a trip there next year. India is so full of culture and colors. If opportunities permit, we may be able to continue north and trek the lower Himalayas.

  46. Aisha Reply

    Arggggg! I almost visited India last year but ended up going to Sri Lanka instead. These photos make me want to go even more. I think I would be in a photographers heaven!

  47. Suruchi Reply

    That is an amazing post on Jaipur. We have been to Jaipur so many times but still never made to the Jaigarh Fort. The fort looks really impressive and that tunnel too. We loved watching the sunset from these palaces and the spell sunrays cast on the palace stone in the evening. Amazing!!

  48. Corinne Reply

    We did not have enough time to put Jaipur on our itinerary when we went to Rajasthan. The palace and fortress looks amazing. I’ll have to try and get there someday.

  49. Kevin del Prado Reply

    Wow! The color is very vibrant just like how rich their culture is. Haven’t heard of this place before but I do really think it’s a must visit place in India.

  50. Rosemary Reply

    Wow, the stunning shot of the Jal Mahal captured my attention right away. I have to admit I don’t know much about India, the country, and this article was quite fascinating. I’m not sure when I’ll visit, but the Pink City will be on that list. Thanks for the historical and cultural overview 🙂

  51. Tami Reply

    Hawa Mahal is absolutely beautiful! I am amazed at the details and embellishments that have been painstakingly added to these buildings! Actually all of your photos are wonderful examples of all that there is to do in Jaipur — so much amazing!

  52. Kate Reply

    I have to save this post! I would love to visit Bapu Bazaar! It looks so colorful and full of life. Hawa Mahal’s photo is entrancing with all of the windows. I’m sure it’s even more impressive in person!

  53. Megan Jerrard Reply

    So many incredible things to do in Jaipur – I would love to visit Amer Fort and Hawa Mahal
    The architecture is unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. And wow, the Jal Mahal really does look quite enchanting! I’m going to have to visit your whole list because Nahargarh Fort is an equally as beautiful building – I don’t think I can choose a favorite here! Rajasthani Folk Dance and Cuisine would be a great way to mix in something different to the historic monuments each day. So much to do and explore in Jaipur!!

  54. Claudia Reply

    Well, your colorful photos and descriptions of what to see and do in Jaipur, Rajasthan certainly entice me to plan a trip. I’ve not yet had the pleasure of visiting India, and obviously I’m missing out on so much! That Bapu Bazaar is a shoppers dream, and the architecture of the old fort is so impressive. I have to start planning my Indian adventures.

  55. Miranda Reply

    The underground passage sounds so cool and mysterious! That would be a must do for my list. I’d love to learn a little more history behind it

  56. Jing Reply

    Wow! Such richness in color and texture. I’ve only been to Mumbai and would absolutely want to come back for more of India. Jaipur is definitely on the top of the list. I’m also collecting interesting door shots and the one you’ve posted here makes me want to come there all the more.

  57. Vicky and Buddy Reply

    I can’t wait to visit India! The architecture alone is breathtaking. I’ve always been fascinated by how detailed and intricate it is. I’m sure I could spend hours wandering around the Hawa Mahal and taking photos.

  58. Sarah Reply

    I would love to visit India someday. We’ve only seen a very small amount during an extended layover. Jaipur looks absolutely stunning. The architecture and history looks fascinating.

  59. Brianna Reply

    Jaipur has been on my travel wish list for several years now. When is the best time of year to travel there?

  60. Paul Reply

    India is probably at the top of our bucket list of places to visit! Jaipur is definitely one of the reasons why, there is so much history and amazing architecture! Thanks for sharing this guide and the amazing pictures!

  61. Travel Lexx Reply

    Another fantastic post – I have always wanted to see Hawa Mahal ever since I saw photos of it online and read some of the history around it. So much to see and do! Thanks for sharing

  62. Garth Reply

    Fantastic post as always, so much to see and do in Jaipur! I love the look of the Hawa Mahal, perhaps it was the inspiration for the Ministry of Magic building in the Harry Potter movies?

  63. Janine Thomas Reply

    I loved visiting Rajasthan a few years ago. I spent 10 days there, but just scratched the surface. This post brought back happy memories . Thank you!

  64. Indrani Reply

    Actually there can be many more but then these 15 are definitely the must do things.
    I have indulged in some of them but am craving for some more visits to make up for the ones not done.

  65. Tania Mukherjee Reply

    I am calculating how many number of days I will require to finish your list! Each single place, rather, experience, is unique. My special interest lies with Hawa Mahal and its hypnotic architecture.

  66. Ami Reply

    I can never tire of Jaipur. There is so much to do. The entire fort area deserves more than a day as does the city palace area. Shopping of course is just amazing. The one thing that I would recommend other than what I see here is heading to Sisodia Rani Gardens. Quite a lovely place.

  67. Divyakshi Gupta Reply

    You guys have covered almost all the things one can possibly do in the pink city! There is so much of charm in Jaipur despite its chaos and noise and pollution. The old part of Jaipur, the walled city has always enchanted me with it’s doors, it’s alleys and it’s colours! While Amer fort, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh fort, City palace are iconic places, Kanak Vrindavan , The step well near Amer: Panna Meena Kund and the tunnel are off beat options. And who can forget the delectable food and all those vibrant markets: esp Bapu Bazaar! 🙂

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