From Kumbhalgarh we went back to Jaipur.
It is a 6 hr 30 min drive and extends depending on the number of stops.
The road is amazing. Jaipur is one of the most visited indian cities and is famous world wide for its cultural heritage. Jaipur is a vibrant amalgamation of the old and the new. Also called the Pink City.
Home to a few UNESCO World Heritage sites including Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar, Jaipur is home to many magnificent forts, palaces, temples and museums. Popular bazaars in the city include Bapu Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar and Johri Bazaar.
We reached Jaipur by 3:30 pm, had a lunch and left for Albert Hall Museum.
Albert Hall Museum
The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, jewelry, carpets, ivory, currencies, literature, stone, metal sculptures, musical instruments, turbans and works in crystal. In the basement of the museum is an Egyptian mummy which is the only major attraction to most of the tourist.
It has a entry fee of RS 40 Indians and RS 20 for indian students. The fee for overseas visitors is RS 300 and that for overseas students is RS 150. One must definitely present school / college ID to proove student identity. After the museum we went to masala chowk
Masala Chowk is also located in Ram Niwas garden area, just behind the museum, it is a walking distance where all the street foods come in one place and one can enter at an entry fee of RS 10 the place is very neat and clean and also has hygienic. It is an open air food court of Jaipur. It is very affordable and quality is maintained. The best time to visit is late evening. And one will enjoy the most of it if visit empty stomach. There are food counters ranging from South Indian to North Indian. You will feel find chaats, icecream , kulfi, tea , coffee ,lassi, tandoori items. Name the food and u will get it. Masala Chawk gives u a jam free clean access to the best street foods of Jaipur in one place.
A video tour to masala chowk is also uploaded in my trips. Check it.