@nisha_singh | Updated 13 Dec. 2018
@nisha_singh | Posted 12 Dec. 2018
Jaipur is a cultural and regal heritage haven. The city is laced with exquisite architecture standing high in the heart of the city. The Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan is only three hours drive from Jaipur and is often referred to as the world's largest open air art gallery. It's renowned for its old havelis (mansions), with walls adorned with intricate painted frescoes. Most people overlook visiting this region in favor of more popular places in Rajasthan, which is a shame. However, it means its delightfully free of tourists.
Not to forget the colorful and vibrant markets of Johari Bazar and Bapu Bazar. The city has regal locales to tour around the city like Amber Fort and Palace, the City Palace, Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds, Nahargarh Fort among others.
Apart from the sightseeing, one can experience the thrill in Jaipur with adventure sports like hot air balloon rides, zip lining, water sports, dune bashing among others.
After this you can gorge on some lip-smacking street like Pyaaz Kachori, Mawa Kachori, Shahi Samosas, Mirchi Bada and the very famous Bikaneri Bhujiya along with Kesar and Badam Kulfis, fulfils your food fetish and tinkles your taste buds, leaving you wanting more. The famous Dal-Baati Churma, Gatte ki sabzi, Gwar ki Fali are few mouthwatering vegetarian delicacies of Rajasthan and Laal Maas and Rajasthani Murg Masallam are the non-vegetarian gourmet choices which tops every foodie’s bucket list.
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