Jaipur is part of India’s famous
Golden Triangle, which is a popular tourist circuit. Lots of foreign tourists
and Indians come to visit this Golden circuit which comprises Delhi, Agra, and
Jaipur. Jaipur is the capital of India’s most flamboyant royal and historical
The color of royal life surmounts
the lifestyle of Jaipur. It seems that each and every corner is bestowed with
that magnificence and splendor that has been the base of Rajasthan state.
Popular as the Pink city of
Rajasthan, Jaipur is an ideal honeymoon place for newly married couples to get
close in a royal atmosphere. Located amidst the Aravali mountain ranges, Jaipur
takes the honeymoon couples on a swaying ride of grandeur at its best.
The forts, palaces, busy shopping
markets, Kathputli dance, and handicrafts reflect traditionalism in every
respect that would quench the thirst of Honeymooners’ souls. Some of the exotic
Jaipur tourist places that can be checked out are City Palace, Jantar Mantar,
Hawa Mahal, Birla Mandir, etc.
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Jaipur Tourist Places to Visit
for Honeymoon Couples
There are lots of tourist places
to visit in Jaipur for the couples who come here to celebrate their honeymoon.
Here we listed the top places where couples should visit their honeymoon trip in
1. City Palace
This place shows a beautiful
glimpse of our proudful history and couples should be the visit this place.
This palace is located in the heart of Jaipur city and has a buzzing market
around it. It is an excellent amalgamation of Rajputana and Mughal architecture
that has still been maintained. The palace houses a museum that showcases the
dresses of the kings and queens, weapons used by them, and various utensils used
The complex also has guns and
chariots used by the emperors of Jaipur for convenience. This palace also has a
“Chandra Mahal” in the center that has been the residence of Late.
Rani Gayatri Devi and now resides with her son. Couples can take a guide to
know in more detail about this place.
2. Hawa Mahal
It is the most iconic monument in
Jaipur that couples must visit their Jaipur honeymoon trip. It is our
proud heritage monument. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this in the year 1799
for royal ladies to watch and enjoy procession or other activities going on in
the town. This octangular-shaped palace is a wonderful example of Rajputana
architecture having 953 windows with latticed balconies called Jharokhas. It is
visible from the City Palace and thus is easily accessible. The design and the
patterns of the domed canopies, floral patterns, lotus motifs, and fluted
pillars, all are reflecting the royal Rajput style.
3. Amber Fort
Amber Palace or Amer Fort is a
really beautiful royal place to visit. The vibes of the palace are awesome. Known as
the old capital of Kachchawahas, this spectacular fort is standing proudly on a
hill range. It was originally built by Raja Alan Singh Meena 967 AD, on which
Kachawaha Rajputs ruled lately. It is located about 11 km far away from Jaipur’s
It is the finest example of Hindu
and Muslim architecture that adds to the dignity of this place. The palace
complex is lavishly ornamented and has a Shish Mahal chamber of Mirrors,
Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan e-Khas, and Sukh mandir having fortified sandalwood doors
inlaid with ivory. The honeymoon couples can find finely carved lattice
windows, gracefully painted doorways, halls, and finely sculptured or ornamented
4. Jantar Mantar
This Marvellous architecture
would be worth visit for couples. It is also the UNESCO World Heritage site. It
was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the 18th century. The huge
brickwork instruments present in this observatory were used to study astronomy
in which the movements of stars and constellations.
It is a treasure for those who are
interested in astronomy and want to understand the history and tools that are
used by Indians for time measurement in past time. To date, the huge dial
provides the exact time that is subject to daily changes.
5. Jaigarh Fort
It is located just beside the
Amer fort. Couples can enjoy the best view of AMER fort, Jal Mahal, and Jaipur
city from here. One of the finest architecture of the Pink City
Located 15 km from the main city
and standing on a hilltop, this marvelous structure was built by Maharaja
Sawai Jai Singh. The honeymoon couples can enjoy the exotic view it offers and
the marvelous architecture with highly beautiful interiors. It also houses the
world’s biggest cannon on wheels and a 20ft long barrel.
6. Nahargarh Fort
Couples will enjoy it but you
should present during sunrise or sunset to see the golden rays of sun falling
on the hill and twinkling lights view of the pink city.
It is also located at a distance
of 15km from the city, near Jaigarh Fort, on a 600ft hilltop. The honeymoon
couple can take pleasure in watching its magnificent architecture, breath-taking
surroundings, Madhavendra Bhavan, and Hawa mandir.
7. Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal also known as Lake
Palace and is located at a distance of 10 km from the city. It lies in the
middle of Man Sagar Lake and is accessible only through the paved causeway
leading to this architectural brilliance. Couples should watch the moonlit
night view of this palace in the water of the lake which is very attractive.
The water palace was built in 1699 and renovated in the 18th century by
Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber. Couples can feed the fish by throw the flour
and other grains in the lake.
8. Jhalana Leopard Safari
Couples if wants to enjoy the
wildlife then they can revel in a thrilling journey at Jhalana Leopard Safari. It’s
an amazing place, very beautiful and green in the monsoons. Tours are operated
in the morning and evening. It is very famous for leopard sighting, but couples
can also see a variety of birds, Neelgais, antelopes, spotted deer, foxes, and
9. Laxmi Narayan Temple
It is also famous as Birla Mandir
and is located just below Moti Doongri. This temple is well known for intricate
marble carvings and majestically designed statues of Goddess Laxmi and Lord
Best Time to Visit Jaipur for
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan
becomes very hot during the summer but after the monsoon temperature goes down but
not so good. So couples should plant their honeymoon time from October to
February during the winter season that would be the best time for the couples to
visit the pink city to enjoy their honeymoon and storing beautiful lifetime
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Shopping at Pink City Market
Pink city is very famous for
traditional costume jewelry and cobalt blue pottery, precious gemstones to
embroidered textiles, high-quality traditional handicrafts, and Rajasthan
puppets. So couples can visit the Ajmeri Gate for a no-hassle shopping
experience. Johari Bazar would be the favorite place for couples to shopping the
jewelry. Shopping for these things makes couples’ honeymoons more romantic and filled
with lovely memories.
How to Reach Jaipur
Jaipur is the capital of the
Rajasthan state so there is no issue of transport here. Railways, roadways, and
airways all are available from the major cities of India. So couples can easily
come here from anywhere to visit this beautiful place.