One of the hot regions of Rajasthan, “Jaipur” has finally touched down with rain shower. Monsoon has begun and of course under a sky so breathtaking, who would not want to get out of their homes and make the best out of the season. Grab a cup of tea and enjoy the beauty of this season with some crispy PAKORAS!
It’s time to head out to some of the liveliest places in Jaipur this monsoon. Here is a list of 5 spots in Jaipur that will increase your happiness for sure.
Wind View Café and Hawa Mahal-
“Hawa Mahal”, also known as “Palace of Winds” is one of Jaipur’s most important landmarks and monuments. In front of Hawa Mahal, there is a surreal roof top café named “The Wind View Café”. Visitors are requested to visit this Cafe for two reasons, good coffee and amazing view of Hawa Mahal. This café gives a splendid spectacle of this palace. This monsoon, enjoy some snacks and coffee with your friends at this mesmerizing place and watch the sun set!
Sagar and Watch Tower-
One of the best kept secrets of Jaipur city is a 17th century lake ‘Sagar’, which was the primary source of water for the adjoining forts of Amer, Jaigarh and its people. At this place you can endeavor some adventures during monsoon. The lake is surrounded by lush green mountains and is a great place for nature lovers. Cherish the beautiful view of this spot from watch tower. Just don’t miss out this place during rains!
Galta Ji Temple-
“Galta Ji Temple” is one of the oldest places of Jaipur. It is famously known as “Monkey Temple”. This temple can be a perfect getaway with your family or friends for an unforgettable experience this season.
JKK and Indian Coffee House-
Jawahar Kala Kendra also known as JKK was designed by Charles Correa. It is a multi-arts centre located in Pink City. Many famous artists showcases their art work at the exhibition halls at this place. Sink in the serenity of nature in monsoon at JKK. Not only this but their inbuilt food centre, Indian Coffee House fulfills satiates your hunger pangs at low costs. So enjoy the rain eating your favourite dosa at this place.
Nahargarh and Padao Restaurant-
“Nahargarh” means “adobe of tigers” which was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734. It is set on Aravali mountain ranges and was once a strong defense ring, creating a tough protection for the city along with other two forts of Amer and Jaigarh.
Jaipurites are always in love with this place, particularly when the weather is perfec. The place gives a remarkable look of Jaipur especially during night. At the top of Nahargarh, there is an open restaurant named ‘Padao’ which gives the awesome panoramic view of the whole city.
This restaurant will satisfy your taste buds with delicious snacks which become the perfect combination during evenings. Must visit this place in Monsoon and capture the beauty of Jaipur that the fort offers!
Make the most of the rains in the walled city in this beautiful season!