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Tip 1: Go to Kashmere Gate ISBT bus stand. Once you make an entry after checking luggage, go down the escalators. You will find small counters of different tourisms. Visit counter no. 17.
Ticket price: Rs 273 (male)
Rs 227 (female)
Tip 2: Go to OYO rooms and search for rooms within your budget. Don’t book them; rather search on the internet for their phone numbers. Now just a day earlier before your trip, call the hotel and book your room in advance.
Tip 3: Once you reach Sindhi Camp at Jaipur, book your return ticket with Rajasthan State Tourism Travels. They will charge you Rs 900 per person if you want to travel by Volvo. The drop off point will be at Bikaner House, New Delhi.
Tip 4: For sight-seeing, book a package from the hotel itself. If you want to travel by car you will be charged Rs 1500 for two persons and if you want to travel by bus the charges will be Rs. 300 per person. Remember, the charges drop during off-season. Sight-seeing attractions will include places like Albert Hall, Hawamahal, Jal Mahal, Zoo, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Birla Mandir.
Tip 5: When you visit Albert Hall, ask for a composite ticket of Rs 300. The benefit of taking this ticket is that you do not have to undergo the hassle of standing in a queue every time you visit a place. The ticket includes charges to all the places.
Tip 6: As far as food is concerned, it all depends on your budget. You can either order food at the hotel or eat at a restaurant. If you are a food lover, then it is advisable to visit Chauki Dhani, where you will be served Rajasthani delicacies. You can also have your food at Nahargarh Fort.
So, its time to tighten your shoe laces and embark on a trip to Jaipur.