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Hi Darsh, You can follow this itinerary or make changes to it: Day 1. Hawa Mahal – Jaipur City Palace – Jantar Mantar – Shopping/Jal Mahal. Day 2. Amer Fort – Jaigarh Fort – Nahargarh Fort. Day 3. Bhangarh Fort & Birla Mandir.
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Hi, I wanted to ask. is tripod allowed in side palaces? because I read somewhere DSLR camera without tripod is allowed
You can go to Nahargarh Fort, Amber Fort, Jaigurh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Man sagar lake And yeah 3 days are more than enough for you to make vlogs
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Hi, I wanted to ask. is tripod allowed in side palaces? because I read somewhere DSLR camera without tripod
Hi Darsh, Please check the below link .It may help you Jaipur : https://www.tripoto.com/trip/a-day-in-jaipur-5bf820c2e16da Happy Travelling! Thanks, Yasmin
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1. for a rajasthani village experience and dinner go to chowki dhani 2. if u want to do a luxury dining video go to taj rambagh for a meal, they have peacocks in their garden (not in cages but freely roaming) 2. for the most amazing rajasthani street food go to laxmi mishthan bhandar (eat kachoris, mirchi bada etc.). dont forget to buy methi and garlic khakra 3. for nightlife go to elephant-naila bagh palace. they have a disc, candle lit sitting area, good food and amazing crowd 4. for a little history go to jaigarh and amer forts and hawa mahal. there are a few eateries opposite hawa mahal with great view (good for video shoot) 5. a little insider tip (not many people know about this) - go to this restaurant 1135 AD which is in amer fort, it is a royal dining room inside the fort (i am assuming the maharaja owns it). this restaurant is royal in true sense (the paintings, chandeliers, cutlery etc). the food is better than average, but the experience is truly royal. u can make a good video here
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Hey Darsh, Budget 3 Days itinerary of Jaipur : https://www.tripoto.com/trip/thingsmusttodoinifyouareinjaipur-5badef7fd7c7d Happy travelling!!!!
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Amber fort (3 hrs)-- must see, Nahargarh (1 hr)--famous for Rang de basanti scene, Jal mahal-- stay nearby as all tourist attractions are easily accessible, Hawa Mahal, Chowki Dhani-- if want to enjoy Rajasthani culture, city palace, jantar mantar
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Hi, I wanted to ask. is tripod allowed in side palaces? because I read somewhere DSLR camera without tripod
Hey you can check this post, might sort out few places at Jaipur https://www.tripoto.com/trip/24-hours-at-jaipur-the-pink-city-5c40a4274c517
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Yes I recently visited Jaipur in 2 days with covering all major attraction places . find my Jaipur blog for more detailed itenary . Let me know if you need any other information regarding Jaipur visit.
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U can just Google some places up.. the Amber fort was my personal fav
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You can pushkar and ajmer from jaipur
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Day 1 : Hawa Mahal , Jantar Mantar , Albert hall musuem Day 2: Amer fort , jaigarh fort , nahargarh fort Day 3 : Local markets & gardens . Jal Mahal.
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Hi, I wanted to ask. is tripod allowed in side palaces? because I read somewhere DSLR camera without tripod
I would say don't miss Chokidhani..it's experience is unique, filled with the culture and tradition of Rajasthan. Especially if you are a foodie, do not give this one a miss! Beware of the heavy carb and calorie intake though :)
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Hawa Mahal Amer palace
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Hawa Mahal Bhangarh Fort Amer Fort Jaipur City Palace Jantar Mantar
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