Jaipur looks Beautiful at night. You will be treated to magnificent vistas of the city as the stunning, famous landmarks are magnificently lighted up after dusk.
In this abundant city, one may enjoy bar hopping, stargazing, lengthy park walks, and delicious Rajasthani cuisine.
You can revisit history by spending time at forts and palaces, give a treat to your taste buds as there’s no shortage of places that serve good food, shop for handicrafts without actually
splurging, and have a great time with friends and family at lavish bars and restaurants. To those who aren’t a local, we insist that you visit the city and spend at least a couple of days enjoying Rajasthani hospitality. And, while you are in the city, here’s
our list of things to do in Jaipur at night. The experience will remain in your mind and heart forever.
Through this article, we take you on a night trip to some of the best places in Jaipur, exploring their beauty and allure. So, hop along and read about the best places to visit in Jaipur
We provide you with a private day tour of Jaipur conducted by an experienced guide who has in-depth knowledge of all the city's prominent attractions. We make it simple to book this Jaipur
sightseeing tour online.
1. Watch the Light and Sound Show at Amber Fort
This majestic building, also known as Amer Fort, was erected in the 16th century by Maan Singh, an ally of Akbar. Even though Amber Fort is constantly bustling with tourists during the
day, at night the atmosphere is very different. The fort comes to life at sunrise and is a sight to behold. The major event of the evening is a 50-minute light and sound performance. On a full moon night when a Kathak performance is taking place at the Diwan-e-Khaas,
we advise going to the fort.
Timings: 08:00 am – 06:00 pm
Entry Fee: ₹ 25
2. Dine at 1135 AD inside Amer Fort
If you go to Amer Fort, you must eat at one of the city's most romantic restaurants. 1135 AD gives breathtaking views of the city from one of the fort's highest levels. You can choose
to eat in the main dining room or on their patio when it is candlelit. The restaurant serves exquisite, traditional Rajasthani cuisine and provides panoramic views of Jaipur.
Timings: 11:00 am – 10:30 pm
Cost for two: ₹ 2700 (approx.)
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3. Admire the City from Nahargarh Fort
Nahargarh was a crucial fort for the Rajputs' strategic plans since it was perched on the edge of the Aravalli Hills. It provides a breathtaking picture of the city that you just must
photograph. Nahargarh Fort is best visited in the late afternoon or early evening when the temperature drops a bit and the sky is full with stars. You may stay around outdoors to enjoy the cool breeze and have some peace and quiet as admission into the fort
is prohibited after 5 o'clock.
Timings: 10:00 am – 05:30 pm
Entry Fee: ₹ 20
4. Stroll along Jawahar Circle Garden
The pride of Jaipur is Jawahar Circle Garden, one of the biggest circular gardens in Asia. Here, there are jogging trails, rose gardens, snack stands, and melodic fountains. When the
fountains turn on in the evening, the atmosphere becomes more lively. A trip in Jawahar Circle Garden will be both enjoyable and restful.
Location: Malviya Nagar
Timings: 06:00 am – 9:00 pm
5. Experience Traditional Rajasthani Life at Chokhi Dhani
Chokhi Dhani is a resort with 10 acres of land that is a well-known Jaipur attraction. The Indo-Saracenic style has an impact on the resort's architecture. Chokhi Dhani is well-known
for its cuisine, in addition to its rural setting and ornamental wall murals. You will like the atmosphere at night when the entire town is illuminated with beautiful lights and traditional dance performances are taking place, and the restaurant serves wonderful
Location: 12 Mile, Tonk Road
Timings: 05:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Entry Fee*: ₹ 700 – ₹ 1100 (Adults); ₹ 400 – ₹ 700 (children)
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