Explore the Jaipur City in style during the night. The monuments, palaces and old streets can be experienced best at night time. Although the monuments are closed, you can still appreciate them from outside, get to know about the different small roads and enjoy the beautiful night views of the Jaipur city.
Duration: 3 Hours
Time of departure: 6:00 PM
Amer Sound and Light Show :
You will be picked up from your centrally located hotel in Jaipur at 6 PM and transferred to Amber Fort to enjoy the beautiful night view of the fort from the outside. Later on we will drive towards the Water Palace (Jal Mahal) with beautiful view of the palace surrounded by water. Try to capture the wonderful moments with the camera. After the palace we will drive towards the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) to experience the beautiful night view of the architecture and then proceed to the area of old Streets of Jaipur including Jewellery Street, Small Cross Road, Big Cross Road along with some ancient buildings of Jaipur. By the end of the tour, we will drop you off at your hotel by 10:00 PM.
Jantar Mantar :
The Jantar Mantar even to date is famous for the great precision of its calculations and has amazed visitors to Jaipur through the ages. The instrument can measure the time of the day to an accuracy of half a second and can map the declination of the sun and heavenly bodies to a level of precision that borders on the fantastic.
The Jantar Mantar has been restored many times, the earliest restoration exercise was conducted in 1901 by India's British rulers. The Jantar Mantar was nominated as a national monument of India in 1948 and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.
Albert Hall :
Set in Jaipur's spacious Ram Niwas Gardens, this stately building designed by Sir Swinton Jacob was modeled on London's Victoria and Albert Museum. Combining the elements of English and north Indian architecture, it was known as the pride of the New Jaipur when it opened in 1887 AD. It houses a collection of exhibits of Rajasthani folk arts. Various other exhibits include rare stone carvings dating back to the 2nd century and some fine miniatures along with an Egyptian mummy. But the prize possession is a magnificent late 16th century Persian garden carped, considered one of the finest carpets ever woven.