Jaipur Travel Guide

Amer Fort in Jaipur
Jaipur Basic Facts

 Location: north of India

 Population: 2.32 million

 Language: English, Hindi, Rajasthani

 Currency: Indian Rupee

 Time Zone: UTC + 5:30h

 Area Code: 141


How to visit Jaipur? Here are 8 Jaipur travel tips for first-time travelers to help you know some useful information before going.


1. Best Time to Visit Jaipur: October to March

During this time, people can expect pleasant weather with less intense sunlight and cool and dry climate since October to March belong to cool season. The average temperature is between 5-22℃, which means it can be chilly in the morning and evening. So in the daytime, you could wear thin and breathable clothes like shirts and dress. And take some jackets and sweaters in case of cold night.

7-Day Jaipur Weather Forecast

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2. Things to Do & Places to Visit

Jaipur is a northern city and a jewelry trading center in Jaipur. Known as the Pink City, it is hailed as the "golden Triangle" of Indian tourism along with Delhi and Agra. People can admire cultural ruins and beautiful natural scene.

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3. How to Get to Jaipur – Flight, Train, Rented Car

Airplane is the most convenient way to get to Jaipur. The Jaipur airport owns both international and national airlines connecting many cities in the world. Besides, you can travel to Jaipur by trains and rented cars.

Jaipur Travel Guide about Urban Transport

The city is well connected by many bus stations and rail lines. Also, autorickshaw is a popular way to wander around city.


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Jaipur Railway Station
Jaipur Railway Station
Birla Mandir, Jaipur
Birla Mandir


4.    Dal Bathi Churma is the must-try food in Jaipur

It consists of three different food of Bati, a heated flour ball, a type of sauce ghee and a dessert Churma. It is incomplete without this food in grand occasions.

You can also try Ghevar, a traditional sweet dish in Jaipur and Pyaz ki Kachori, which is a popular deep-fried food in breakfast.


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5. Best Restaurants in Jaipur

Lassiwala: 312, MI Road, Jayanti Market, New Colony, JP. It is famous for the authentic lassi.

LMB: johari bazar, Jaipur 302003, India. You can taste thali and kulfi.

Caffé Palladio Jaipur: Kanota Bagh, Narayan Singh Rd, Rambagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004. It offers Indian, Italian cusines.


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6. Where to Stay in Jaipur – 51% choose the old town of Jaipur

Because the transportation is very convenient here and many famous attractions are concentrated in this district. You can choose OYO 1004 Hotel Fly View with address of Plot no-1, Near Terminal 1 Old Airport, Sanganer, Maruti Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302011.
There are 35% people choosing new town of Jaipur because of developed facilities and modern life pace. You can consider Shahpura House with address of D 257 Devi Marg Bani Park.

Hotel in Jaipur
Hotel in Jaipur
Local Market in Jaipur
Local Market

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7. Top Shopping Markets

For shopaholic, this is an important Jaipur travel guide:

Johri Bazzar: Queens Rd, Chuwapimpara, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021
It is famed for beautiful gems and jewelry with exquisite design and shape.
Bapu Bazzar: Jaipur, Rajasthan.
You can buy a variety of beautiful carpets and handicrafts in this place with a cheap price.

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8. Many Festivals are Celebrated in Jaipur

There are many important festival celebrated all through the year in Jaipur. For example, Teej, Diwali, Gangaur and Kite Festival. Tourists can rejoice their traditional festivals to understand local culture. One Jaipur travel tip to remember is that respect the local customs when attending these festivals.

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