Most unusual places to visit in Jaipur
Jaipur, the pink city of India symbolizes the rich heritage and showcasing a number of historic landmarks and monuments of the country. Jaipur, famous for its pink essence with spice foods and a line-up of markets for shopping is one of the most prominent destinations to be visited by tourists and travellers. People travelling with their friends or family or even solo, Jaipur always offers unforgettable memories to everyone coming over there for the first time or a 100th one. The most popular places to visit in Jaipur for the travellers are Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amer Forts, Jal Mahal and many others which always impresses the tourists which their enchanting beauty. But other than those conventional places to visit there are other destinations to visit and some hidden gems to explore in Jaipur.
Ram Niwas Garden
One precious gem of Jaipur is the Ram Niwas Garden located in the heart of the city was built by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh of Jaipur in 1868. Enclosing the Albert Hall Museum, the garden offers an outstretch of greenery and becomes one ideal place for the families to be must visited while staying in Jaipur. Along with that, Ram Niwas Garden includes an art gallery, bird park, Ravindra Rang Manch Theatre, the Zoo, exhibition ground, gymnasium and several cafes and picnic spots.
This hilltop fort in Jaipur is one must visit venue of Jaipur which should be visited by everyone looking for peace and serenity. The fort located on a height is on one of the peaks of the Aravalli range of hills and provides a picturesque view of the Aravalli range. Jaigarh fort is built 400 meters above the Amber fort and both the forts are connected by complex subterranean passages. This magnificent palace is providing tranquility to every visitor by its royal charm is one soulful place to visit.
Peak into the history at this famous landmark called Chand Baori. It is the largest step-well of India being 100 ft into the ground with 3,500 narrow steps over 13 stories. It was built by King Chanda of the Chauhan Dynasty between AD 800 and AD 900 and now resides in the ruined city of Abhaneri. And for an enthralling experience in Rajasthan, one should definitely visit to Chand Baori.
Galtaji Temple is a pilgrimage site near Jaipur built within a mountain pass in Aravalli Hill, it has been a Hindu pilgrimage retreat since 16th century. The temple crowded with monkeys, is many a times known as the ‘Monkey Temple’ among the travellers. The temple depicting the ancient architecture and beautiful pavilions showcases the heritage beauty of Rajasthan. The temple situated among the hills is encompassed within a natural spring and the waterfalls that create two tiered pools, the upper and lower pool, used for bathing by pilgrims.
So, why wait any more to visit such intriguing places in Jaipur? Make it the next must visit in your bucket list of holiday destinations.