Best Places to visit in Jaipur

1-Amer Fort / Amber Fort

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 2 Hours
 Timings: Timings: 8 AM to 5.30 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs.25 for Indians & Rs. 200 for Foreigners, Rs. 550 for Elephant Ride

This fort is the most majestic of all architectural compositions. An enormous lake is situated at the foot of the fort before a winding path leads tourists up towards the main enclosure. Goats and dogs run wild throughout the fort while thousands of pigeons group to the outer edge where they are nourish daily by locals. It was mentioned to by our tuk-tuk drivers have some magnificent rooms and details. Bridges and handcrafted structures and designs are spread throughout the fort. Even although if you have a little extra cash to swash the Amber Palace will set you back 500rp. This is certainly one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. You might favor to have a guide to show the whole fort to explain the past, traditions, and importance of everything inside the walls of the Amber Fort. There is a very low budget guided tour of the Amber Fort, which offers English Speaking guides who are experts to explain everything about the fort.

Duration: 1.5-2 hours

2-Jaigarh Fort

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM to 4.30 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs. 50 for Indians, Rs.200 for Foreigners, Rs.50 for Camera & Rs.200 for Video Cam.
Jaigarh fort was the main symbol of the military boldness of Rajputs and had been a part of many famous historical wars. It is highly protected and spread over a distance of about 3km. Jaigarh Fort is situated near Amber and Nahargarh Fort and can be visited during the journey. The big attraction of the Jaigarh Fort is that it is home to the world’s biggest gun. German had bigger gun on a coach; this is the biggest free standing gun in the world. The fort is above of the Amber Fort and has some outstanding scenic views as well as a mental group of monkeys which tried their mighty best to crap on us. When cannon fired its range was 40 kilometers and when the cannon ball landed it would make a 5-kilometer hole of damage. The guns were only ever fired once as a test run and it made a lake. If you are planning to visit in Jaipur then put this place in your list. Get a guide and you will enjoy learning from a well informed local.
3-Jal Mahal

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs.10 for Indians & Rs.50 for Foreigners
Jal Mahal is located in the middle of Mansagar Lake, is another structural delight that Jaipur has to offer. It was constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh II in the 18th century, as a poaching gatehouse and summer withdraw. It’s magnificently decor hallways and the perfumed Chameli Bagh would are enough to influence any tourist. It is also a popular visiting site for many relocating birds like grey heron, white-browed wagtail and blue-tailed bee-eaters. The word that comes to mind when you see the Jal Mahal is “Wow”, it is that outstanding. This fort was seemingly rebuilt by Jai Singh II. The best time to visit is in the evenings when the lights are switched on. The place looks lovely under the night sky.
4-Jantar Mantar

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 30 Mins – 1 Hr
 Timings: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs.40 for Indians & Rs.100 for Foreign
At a distance of 5.5 km from Jaipur Junction Railway Station, Jantar Mantar is located near City Palace and Hawa Mahal in Jaipur. It is one of the top tourists places in Jaipur City. This monument is the largest of the five astronomical observatories present in India. The other four astronomical observatories are located at Delhi, Varanasi, Mathura and Ujjain. It features the world’s largest stone sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Jantar Mantar was built by the Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II and completed in 1738 AD. The name is derived from jantar means yantra and mantar means calculation. The Jaipur observatory was functional for seven years only, as the Maharaja was not very successful in deriving accurate, astronomical observations. It was later restored in the year 1901 and was declared as a national monument in the year 1948.
5-Hawa Mahal

Historical & Heritage

Duration of visit: 30 Mins
Timings: 9 AM to 4.30 PM
Entry Fee: Rs.10 for Indians and Rs.50 for Foreigners
An outstanding presentation of the lavish architectural prowess of the past is a not-to-overlook visitor places in Jaipur. The Mahal was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. True to the name it earned as the ‘Palace of the Winds’, Hawa Mahal has 953 windows to provide respiration. The five-level building does not have steps to reach upper floors. Slants attach the storeys and it is said that the Mahal was built to allow the Royal women of Rajput family to watch the affairs in the city. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh constructed the Hawa Mahal in 1799. The scene from the top of this famous mahal offers outstanding views of the City Palace, the Jantar Mantar and the Sireh Deori Bazaar.
6-Nahargarh Fort

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
 Timings: 10 AM to 5.30 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs.20 for Indians, Rs.50 for Foreigners, Rs.20 for Camera & Rs.70 for Video Cam
Nahar means tiger. Garh means fort. In English, this Nahrgarg Fort translates to the Tiger Fort. The Nahargarh Fort walls wind along the hills of the mountains. Standing on the fort walls you will overlook locality with intense action. If you reach before sunset you can walk through the wax museum. The homes on the perimeters of the sand banks were almost deluge in sand. Hundreds of children play cricket and games on the dunes as we watched the last light of the day vanish underneath the skyline. The fort provides some spacious frame of references of the city nearby and therefore is a famous picnic fun spot for natives. The main features of this fort are the twelve queen bedrooms which are well connected and decorated with beautiful panoramas.
7-Alber Hall Museum

 Historical & Heritage |  Museum & Gallery

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM on all days. Closed on Friday
 Entry Fee: Rs.20 for Indians and Rs.150 for Foreigners
Furnishing the gates of Old City and fringed by the popular Ram Niwas gardens, is an impressive example of Indo-Saracen style structure. This museum is one of India’s oldest centres for art and culture inspection. The museum houses many monuments, paintings from separate parts of India and even an Egyptian mummy that is progressively becoming famous. In the recent times, Albert Hall has also become a hub for many activities like shows, rallies and occasions. Or even rest in the nearby restaurants like. You cannot take pictures inside the museum; however, you can a picture clicked by the in-house photographer.
8-Chokhi Dhani Village

 Historical & Heritage |  Rajasthani Culture and Cuisine

 Duration of visit: 4-5 Hours
 Timings:  5 PM to 11 PM on all days. 
 Entry Fee: Rs.400-700  for childs &  Rs-700 to 1100 Adults
Chokhi Dhani Village is a replicated traditional Rajasthani village styled luxury resort. The village helps you enjoy all sorts of Rajasthani cultural elements including cuisines, architecture, performance arts and much more. It is basically a five-star rated resort with numerous amenities and facilities inside. This tariff includes dance performances, snake charmer performance, vegetarian dinner, welcome drink, snacks, cultural events, costume photography, magic show, puppet show, mehandhi art, music performances and much more. Rides, games, chaat shops, astrology and tattoo are not included in the tariff. The cost of the tickets differs from time to time. 
9- Birla Temple Historical & Heritage | Museum & Gallery |  Pilgrimage
 Duration of visit:  1-2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM to 6 PM on all days. 
 Entry Fee:  No fee
Birla Laxmi Narayan Temple is situated close to the Moti Dungri Fort. A must visit place, go here to see the smudge glass paintings representing scenes from Hindu scripture. The temple from front is completely dressed in white and is surrounded by a large garden. This Laxmi Narayan temple is one of the many Birla temples furnishing India’s etymology. Constructed completely from white marble, is visited by guests from all over the world for its stunning architecture, sculptures and the remarkable statue of Laxmi Narayan. The inner walls represent various events connected with Hinduism and the outer walls also have yearning of philosophers and religious leaders namely- Socrates, Zarathustra, Christ, Buddha, and Confucius.
10-Raj Mandir Jaipur

 Historical & Heritage |  Entertainment

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM to 11 PM on all days. 
 Entry Fee: Rs.200-300 for Indians
Rajmandir was the dream of Shri Mehtab chandra Golcha who wanted a cinema hall that will cross the boundary of traditional cinema and will showcase more than just movie. He wanted a cinema hall that could hold his audience for his style and elegance. A cinema that will make his audience feel like that they are the royal guest of a palace and are invited for a complete entertainment. Rajmandir was his idea that has proud India and over the years has witnessed many movie premiers, and has become one of the most popular tourist place of Jaipur. Rajmandir is owned by Bhuramal Rajmal Surana , the reputed jewellers of Jaipur since 250 Years.