Top Five Favourite Spots in Jaipur #TSCTravels

Just last week I was in Jaipur and I loved the city!

Right from the roads being so broad and the traffic being more civilised than the one in Pune to having beautiful circles and chowks in the city. The food in Jaipur ofcourse is crazy right from the Kachoris the Dal Baati to the Lal Maas and of course all their sweets. The insane shopping we did, if u have been to Jaipur and not spent your money on jewellery then I say go back there right now. Travel was extra convenient in the city with the Uber service being very prompt.

The infrastructure in Jaipur was a big win for me and I know I have been raving about it a bit too much so I have decided to just get to the point now and talk about my Five Favorite Spots in Jaipur that you just HAVE TO Visit:

Bar Palladio

One of the most gorgeous places to dine at in Jaipur. Infact the Hotel Narain Niwas Palace is a heritage hotel itself in which it’s located in its Courtyard. So you can even opt to stay there. Their cute little rooms at the Bar Palladio make way for a private dining just like me and my family ended up having. We were really happy with the food too. So all in all it was an amazing experience.

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The gorgeous mother and the this majestic ambience

Iserlat Tower

This probably won’t show up in the Top things to do list on Google. But thanks to Shivang my photographer in Jaipur I went right to the top of the Iserlat Tower and got a panaromic view of Jaipur right in the midst of the city. The breeze there was just fabulous and it felt really good being there. Especially thanks to the fact that very few people know about this tower so it’s not crowded at all and very peaceful up there.


Johri Bazar

Right from shopping to eating at one of the oldest and authentic sweetshops in Jaipur- LMB (also the first 3 Star hotel in Jaipur), to getting pictures outside the Hawa Mahal literally all the action happens at Johri Bazaar. From tie and dye to block print kurtas, Bandhani, leheriya and Gota bordered sarees; Rajasthani finery, handicrafts and jholas (bags); Jutis and mojaris and ofcourse the silver jewellery and meenakari designs. Find all these at the Bazaar and make sure to bargain your way through. Tripolia bazaar and baapu bazaar are also close by to shop at.

Take a look at my Jaipur Shopping Vlog and my Haul Video from my YT Channel

Jaigarh Fort

With the tiny hills around Jaipur and even the Man Sagar Lake in view at the Jaipgarh fort you get a bird’s eye view of Jaipur. Generally the fort isn’t too crowded so you can enjoy a nice quite sunset there but make sure to head back in time. The Jaigarh fort in Amer also houses the biggest canon ever used.


City Palace

I know its cliché but yet you cannot miss the City Palace. There are so many different sections to the City Place with such different ambience that it amazes you. Yep, thats the kings life! Where we have a coffee table corner in our house the king just had an altogether huge hall for that.

My favourite spots in the City Palace were:

Pritam Niwas Chowk at Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal and Diwan-i-Aam.

Pritam Niwas Chowk

Picturesque spots apart from the usual are:

Albert Hall Museum

and Jawahar Circle

Also not many people go inside Hawa Mahal so get some pictures from inside Hawa Mahal and make that Instagram feed of yours unique from all the regular Jaipur pictures!


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  1. I am missing Jaipur now. I have been there like 4-5 times. After seeing your pictures I will definitely plan something in October.
    Thanks for beautiful pictures and your mum is looking gorgeous 😍😍

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