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1. Go for an epic cycling expedition at the Nahargarh Fort.
2. Visit the Amer Fort and Palace, an extravagant example of Mughal and Rajput architecture, for a bumpy elephant ride.
3. Barge in at the Jhalana Safari Park for an incredible wildlife safari tour.
4. Get to the Sambhar lake for real thrills of a bike trip.
5. Go glamping at the Tree House Resort and experience the magic of living in the woods.
6. Get a bird’s eye view of Jaipur on a surreal hot-air balloon ride at Kukas.
7. Enjoy the scenic sights at Jal Mahal, if it's raining, visit the majestic palace in the middle of Man Sagar lake.
8. Go to Nahargarh's RTDC open-roof restaurant in the evening, for a perfect combination of chilled beer and a heavenly bird's eye view of the magnificent city from high above.
9. Gorge on the delicious Rajasthani cuisine, and get a taste of the vibrant culture at Chokhi Dhani.
10. Shop till you drop at the famous bazaars of Jaipur and endure the historic vibe of the walled city.
11. Go clubbing and experience the sparkling nightlife in Jaipur.
12. Attend the folk festivals of Rajasthan.
13. Expand your literary landscapes at Jaipur Literature Festival.
14. Visit the aesthetic Birla temple and Galta Devi temple to earn some spiritual relief.
15. Check in at Jaipur’s wax museum.
16. If you're an art lover, a visit to the Jawahar Kala Kendra is a must. Theatre and Painting Workshops! It has them all in place.
17. Roll in for a Paintball activity in the city.
18. Enjoy the Light and Sound show at Amer.
19. Stroll around in the Jawahar Circle Garden, which is one of Asia's largest circles. It's bordered by a rose garden, musical fountains, jogging tracks, street-food stalls, and a lot more.
20. Visit the Albert Hall museum along with a nearby visit to Jaipur's zoo.
21. Go watch a Bollywood flick at Raj Mandir, the oldest movie theatre in Jaipur, popular for its astonishing interiors and Meringue-like shape.
22. Enjoy the most famous savouries of Jaipur, all in one place at Masala Chowk.
23. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in the Chulgiri Hills and spend some alone time in the calming ambiance of forests and the surrounding Aravallis.
24. Enjoy bird watching at the Central park in Jaipur, which has the country's tallest day-and-night monumental national flag.
25. Enjoy some awesome cutting chai and maska bun on a rainy day, at Tapri - The Tea House, the favourite hang-out spot of the young crowd of Jaipur.
26. Visit Jantar Mantar, the popular astronomical observatory founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II.
27. Head on to Hotel Taj Ram Bagh Palace for an exquisite fine dining experience.
28. If you're visiting the city in January, don't miss the vintage car rally. A troop of vintage cars parading down the road is a true feast for the eyes.