What are the tremendous make-out places in Jaipur?

Explore an excellent place to visit families, youngsters, couples and others. Jaipur is rich in beauty, adventure, heritage, historical forts and modern parks with a huge tourist attraction. Explore what are the tremendous make-out places in Jaipur.

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Jaipur is listed in the top 25 romantic cities in the world by We Love Dates. It’s a thrilling adventure for a friend’s tour and a romantic destination for couples because it’s rich in historical forts and palaces, which are famous for their extravagant architecture. There are many hill forts like Amer Fort from where we can enjoy the mesmerising views of the city. Jaipur is also called the pink city of India because in 1876, in preparation for Queen Victoria’s visit to India, Maharaja Ram Singh painted most of the buildings in pink, considered a colour of hospitality in those days.

This city is also famous for its natural beauty, which attracts tourists. Jaipur’s Tree House Resort is one of the most attractive places for couples. A wide range of handprint articles can be given to one another. Hot air balloon activity is also quite appealing to visitors. This guide will be helpful for those planning to visit Jaipur because it covers all fundamental details and aspects related to the tremendous make-out places in Jaipur. Let’s dive!

Sisodia Rani Garden & Palace:

Sisodia Rani Garden & Palace
Sisodia Rani Garden & Palace : image credit

Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace is a Palace which is situated 6km from Jaipur in the city of Rajasthan. This royal garden was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1728. This Palace has two stories; its terrace is fully covered with a garden. This garden is a remarkable blend of Indian as well as Mughal architecture. Another example of Mughal architecture is water channels, flowerbeds and fountains, which are integrated into the garden’s centre. The walls of the Palace are painted with the love scenes from the story of Radha and Krishna. Numerous pavilions and galleries are featured in this Palace. 

It symbolises love and devotion from a husband towards his wife, which evokes their love story and attracts tourists to visit.

Jawahar Circle Garden:

Jawahar Circle Garden
Jawahar Circle Garden : image credit

Jawahar Circle Garden is Asia’s largest circular park developed on the highway. This garden was developed by Jaipur Development Authority in 2009. The park offers unique features like musical water fountains, jogging tracks and a play area. The park has modern equipment for playing with children. The musical fountains are the main tourist attraction in this garden. These fountains can create 270 different fountains; about 316 coloured lights are fixed in these fountains, and these fountains create a mesmerising and magical view for visitors at night. 

The significant development of the garden also includes a wide range of rose plantations. There are also various food stalls to enjoy while visiting the park. Overall, it’s a highly appreciated park by visitors.

Samode Palace:

Samode Palace was first designed in the sixteenth century as a royal Fort. Still, later on, it was designed as an exquisite design, a fabulous combination of Rajput and Muslim architecture. Rawalpindi Sheo Singh, who was a forefather of Rawal Berisal, a prime minister of Jaipur state for several years, further expanded this Palace by adding a gallery, a sees mahal, and a mode garden, which is also used as a resort for the royal family. Samode Palace is the most luxurious and elegant hotel used to host celebrities, artists and visitors from around the globe. In addition, this Palace is used as a set of many Indian movies because this building is a heritage monument of Rajasthan. 

Visitors can explore Samode Palace without staying in a hotel by paying an entry fee. Moreover, by staying here, the guests can enjoy a wide range of their services and facilities, which include a spa, pool, restaurant, bar, fitness centre with gym and camel safari. All rooms of this hotel are decorated with antique furniture and lavish fabrics.

Rambagh Palace:

Rambagh Palace, also called the jewel of Jaipur due to its luxurious amenities, was first built by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh after the independence of India. But now it is kept up by Taj Hotels. Due to its lavish and royal facilities provided for visitors, anybody can feel like a king. If you notice, every corner of this Palace evokes history, and it’s spread about 47 acres. Here, the visitors can enjoy authentic and delicious food of highgenic quality. Rooms of this Palace are furnished with wealthy texture fabrics. This hotel carries a taste of authentic Rajasthani cuisine for guests.

Nahargarh fort

Nahargarh fort
Nahargarh fort

It was built in 1734 by Sawan Jai Singh. Nahargarh Fort, which means abode of tigers, was formed and has a strong defence ring for Jaipur city. It was believed in the past that this Palace was haunted by the spirit of Nahar Singh Bhomia, which obstructed the construction of this fort. Still, later on, by building a temple within the fort, his spirit was appeased, and from then on, it was known as Nahargarh Fort. As dense forests surround this fort, visitors cannot stay at night. Its glory is dimmed with the passage of time, but still, it stands with its robust structure under the sun of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for its historical heritage, and Nahargarh also follows Indo-European architecture. A temple in the fort was built to dedicate Jaipur rulers. Besides, this two-storey building was divided into nine similar apartments for the king’s queens. In its premises, this fort has temples, courtyards, diwan e aam and other construction that attract tourists to explore it.

Amber Fort:

Amber Fort
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Amber Fort, or Amer Fort, was originally built by Raja Man Singh; later on, other rulers made many improvements from time to time. This fort is situated in Amer, Rajasthan, 11 km from Jaipur. This fort is famous for its artistic style, an example of Rajput architecture. Marble and red stones are used in its construction, which makes it prominent from other

forts. This place was used as a residence for Amer Maharajas and their families. The Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, and Seesh Mahal were constructed inside the fort. The elephant ride is also the centre point of attraction for tourists to visit this Palace. This ride commences from the car parking area and ends in the fort courtyard, which takes 20 to 30 minutes and becomes the mode of enjoyment for outsiders.

Jaigarh Fort:

Jaigarh Fort
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Raja Sawai first constructed this fort to protect Amer from its enemies, built on a hilltop. Then, the Jaigarh fort was completed by the Bijapur Sultans. This fort expressed Persian style, but it also flourished by Indian appearance. This heritage is also built with red sandstones, which make its walls thick and strong. An armoury chamber is constructed inside the fort where different types of swords, weapons and cannon balls are stored.

In 1720, the giant cannon on wheels was developed, the Jaivana Cannon, designed under the reign of Sawai Jai Singh II. This cannon was only used once to check its range, and due to the friendly relations of kings with other states, it was never used. The fort also has two temples.

Smriti Van:

Smriti Van
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If you love the natural scenery and peaceful places, this forest will be worthwhile. Smriti Vanis is a biodiversity forest restored after a flood in 1981. Later, The Rajasthan Government took its possession and developed it through the Green Rajasthan campaign, named it Smriti Van. Walking tracks are developed around it; therefore, in the morning, it’s a divine place, and walking in it is peaceful. 

This natural place is open for the whole day, and photography and videography are allowed here, but taking food inside is prohibprohib11 portion. They are made up in this place to describe various plants, flowers and trees. Every section has a different variety of plants in it, and this technique is helpful for tourists to obtain knowledge about natural beauty. A museum is also developed in this forest where the pictures of flowers and plants guide the public to get knowledge about this forest. It’s a fantastic location to enjoy beautiful scenery and for bird watching.

Final Analysis

To sum up this guide, this is all about the tremendous make-outplacesinJaipur, different worth placing visiting points of Jaipur, and in this guide, visiting people can get all the basic and essential information about their desired destination. For couples, there is a wide range of resorts and hotels to visit, but as Jaipur is a hot area from October to March, it is the best duration to visit this city. Because in these months the temperature drops to low degrees. A pleasant breeze and moderate sunshine provide an excellent atmosphere to enjoy. The visitors should wear and pack their clothes according to weather conditions and eat only from hygienic areas. Local food should be avoided, which can cause distress. Before visiting these areas, a guide must be with groups who can guide and help them obtain knowledge about every visiting point’s history. The visitors should also try traditional Rajasthani food like Rajasthani curry, mangori and a special sweet of Rajasthani, gulag shake.

Ajmal Sheikh

A Travel Blogger

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