10 Things To Do In Jaipur Under 100 Bucks & Have Lots Of Fun

Jaipur colourful city, full of exciting things to do. Jaipurites love to step out and experience all kinds of events- be it theatre, music or even flea markets. If you’ve decided to tighten your purse strings and are wondering what you can do on a limited budget, we have you covered.

Here are 10 Things To Do In Jaipur Under 100 Bucks and still make memories for life.

lazying at Central Park

Central Park Jaipur is a hot-spot among people of every age group to have a great time. The lush green lawns, beautifully maintained pathways, gorgeous sculptures and a flag that stands tall makes for a sight for the sore eyes. You can spend your day reading or just chatting with your buddies.

A Step Back in History at Amber Fort

Amber Fort stands tall & beautiful and comprises an extensive palace complex, built from pale yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble. The fort is the perfect example of Rajasthan’s royalty & heritage. You’ll be amazed by the minute details, history and how lavish the fort is.

Stargaze at B.M. Birla planetarium

A perfectly romantic and joyful activity, you can finally find the billions of stars that seem to be lost in the city skies. The dome of the auditorium is 1.5 meters in diameter and is extremely well equipped. Reach for the skies without paying through your nose and take your loved ones literally to the moon.

scenic view from Nahargarh Fort

Being in Jaipur comes with the privileges and one such privilege is forts and more forts. The scenic view of the Jaipur City from Nahargarh will leave you smitten by its beauty. Just be extra careful when you drive on slippery roads because safety first. You can even paddle your way up.

plan a picnic

Cook some delicious food, grab them badminton racquets and cards, hop into your car with friends and family and drive all the way to Kanak Ghati. This garden is huge and beautiful. Pick a spot and make the most of the weather. Your kids are going to love this place and so are the elder ones in the family.

temple run

What’s better than going spiritual way to thank the lords for blessing us with such a beautiful city. Visit Birla Temple or Govind Dev Ji and spend some time with yourself. Or visit gorgeous Akshardham temple and feed yourself at their canteen. Surround yourself with positivity and try to find the inner peace while listening to sound of falling rain

visit an art gallery

Get up, close and personal with artworks by the amazing artist at wonderful art galleries in Jaipur. From sculptures to important artefacts, there are a lot of heritage items displayed. Pick your favourite from Artchill Gallery, Naila Art Gallery, Modern Art Gallery or ICA Gallery.

scrumptious meal at Masala Chowk2

Masala Chowk is the current addition to must visit places in Jaipur and we are head over heels in love. You can literally get the taste of all famous street food from Jaipur at one place. The prices are super reasonable and will leave you with multiple food orgasms. Do try the variety of food and a trip down memory lane.

night tourism at vidhyadhar ka bagh

Vidhaydhar Ka Bagh is a real treat for those who want to relish the fusion of Hindu & Mughal architecture. The garden is lush green with chatriyans and fountains. You can enjoy the evenings walking around and soaking the beauty with light effects and cold breeze.

cold coffee for the win

Is there any better way to relish yourself in hot summer than some cold coffee especially when it is loaded with creamy ice cream, chocolate chips, chocolate syrup and the perfect amount of sugar. Do try the very famous cold coffee at Saras parlour situated at Statue Circle in Jaipur while walking or lazing around the surrounding gardens.

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