Jaipur is the first city which started night tourism concept in India. Reason behind it to serve those visitors who travel in summer season and not capable to explore in day time. But now or days it is become popular among tourist and they love to explore Jaipur night city view. Rajasthan tour advisor offer you to explore this wonderful nigh tour package with us. Travelers can visit the major attractions in the evenings from 6 pm till 10 pm.
Jaipur is home to various tourist attractions that has been drawing the attention of tourists from all over the globe. There are so many tourist spots that you can explore in night tour of Jaipur like Statue Circle, Amar Jawan Jyoti, Vidhan Sabha Bhawan, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Albert Hall, Hawa Mahal,Jal Mahal, Amber Fort. Visiting Jaipur would give you an insight into rich Indian tradition, culture and royal legacy. Our chauffeurs are well-aware of all the routes as well as tourist places that you can explore while in Jaipur. They make sure you get to see all the significant spots located in Jaipur.
You would be picked from your location or hotel around at 1800 Hrs. The cab would straight lead you to the Amber Fort. After a visiting various places at you would be dropped at your hotel in evening at 2230 Hrs.
Statue Circle is devoted to the founder of Jaipur, Sawai Jai Singh II. The statue, made with white marble, adds charm to the beautiful Pink City. Sawai Jai Singh II loved Astrology, which is portrayed in the statue where the King holds the prophetic diagram.
The statue is perfectly decorated with amazing lighting and multi-colored fountains. They brilliantly enlighten the place during the evening. It is the most loved evening spot among locals as well as tourists. Evenings spent near Statue circle are eye catching with water fountains, colorful lights and delightful chatter.
The beautiful fountain presents an amazing sight each night which leaves the visitors charmed. The place wears on a festive look at night with all the lighting and beautiful fountain. You can truly have a quality time here in the nights with your loved ones. In the nighttimes, the place attracts numerous visitors.
Amar Jawan Jyoti is established front of the Sawai Mansingh Cricket stadium. The stoic monument was erected recently in honour of the many
Indian soldiers who have died in war- fare. A large bed of quartz crystals leads up to the central arches of the monument,
while a pair of columns frames the structure giving it a regal appearance.
The Birla Mandir, a triple-domed temple which was built by the BM Birla Foundation 1988. This is one of Jaipur's most popular sites, and seems to attract everyone from elderly couples to overly-perfumed teenagers. To enter the complex, pass through a metal detector manned by a security guard, who reminded not to take photographs inside. The first
things noticed upon entering were the stained glass windows depicting scenes from the Ramayana, which stand out in bright contrast to the temple's pure white marble walls. However, the most impressive parts of Birla Mandir are its interiors. Detailed images of different incarnations of Lord Vishnu adorn the walls. The complex carvings on the domed marble ceilings had visitors craning their necks for a better look. Pilgrims can come here and pray before larger-than-life idols of Lord Vishnu and his consort Lakshmi.
Albert Hall, home of Jaipur's Central Museum. Built in the late nineteenth century, Albert Hall was modelled on the Victoria and Albert
Museum in London. The impressive sandstone and white marble building was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob (1841- 1917) who was well-known for his works in the Indo-Saracenic style (he also designed
Jaipur's Rambagh Palace and the main building of Delhi's St Stephen's College). The Hall is breathtaking at night, when its illuminated
domes and balconies cast a glow over the gardens surrounding it.
The Hawa Mahal, or Palace of Winds, got its name because it is built in such a way that the air circulates through its interiors, like a pre-industrial air conditioning system. With 953 tiny windows and organ-pipe like towers, it looks like a large honeycomb,although it was designed to resemble the crown of Lord Krishna. The pink sandstone
structure was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 as a place for royal ladies to observe life on the street below without
being seen. It is a fine example of Rajput architecture (with a hint of Mughal influence).
Jal Mahal, a beautiful palace located in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. This structure was originally intended to be a duck hunting lodge. Interestingly, the Jal Mahal is five stories high, but four of its floors are under water.
The fort, which cast its illuminated reflection over Maota Lake below, was one of the most impressive we'd seen. Amber was first developed by the Meenas, the former rulers of Rajasthan who claim to be descendants of the matsya avatar of Lord Vishnu. The settlement gets its name from Amba, the goddess to whom it was dedicated. The city was
conquered in 1037 by the Kachhawa clan. Scholars attribute the majority of the construction to Raja Man Singh I (1540-1614), a Kachhawa ruler who served as a general under Emperor Akbar (although the sandstone fort was built atop the ruins of an earlier structure).