Embarking on a Royal Journey: A Jaipur Sojourn

Embarking on a Royal Journey: A Jaipur Sojourn

Welcome to Jaipur, the Pink City that reveals its regal splendor and where the past and current coexist together. This travel blog is your pass to an enchanted trip to Jaipur, complete with  opulent hotels, iconic locations, chic clothing suggestions, and a shopping paradise for savoring colorful Rajasthani treasures.

CURRENCY- Indian Rupees

BEST TIME TO VISIT - November to March 

WAYS TO TRAVEL - By road, train, air.



Rambagh Palace (Luxury): Nestled in the heart of Jaipur, Rambagh Palace stands as a testament to royal grandeur and opulence.

Step into a world of extravagance as you enter this former residence of the Maharaja. Surrounded by lush gardens, the palace exudes timeless elegance. Enjoy the lavish interiors, dine at the Suvarna Mahal for an authentic culinary experience, and rejuvenate your senses at the Jiva Grande Spa.

Trident Hotel: At trident you get daily breakfast,spa, happy hour and more. Plan a break with your loved ones and create a memorable holiday at this 5 star hotel. 

Places to Visit:

Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds): Hawa Mahal, a famous landmark in Jaipur, is a captivating fusion of architectural genius and history.

Admire the elaborate honeycomb facade, which made it possible for royal women to watch street celebrations covertly. Reach the summit for amazing city views. The marvel of pink sandstone is most charming at dawn or dusk.

Amer Fort: Perched on a hill, Amer Fort is a majestic fortress that narrates tales of valor and grandeur.

Discover the elaborate courtyards, palaces, and the magnificent Sheesh Mahal, which is covered in thousands of mirrors. An elephant ride to the fort, which provides a majestic entry reminiscent of the past, is a great way to have a royal experience.

Outfit Ideas:

Daytime Royalty: Embrace the vibrancy of Jaipur with dress or a coordset with a golden touch. Pair it with comfortable juttis, a wide-brimmed hat, and don't forget your sunglasses. Carry a tote to hold your essentials as you explore the city's architectural wonders.

Evening Elegance: For an evening at the palace or a cultural show, opt for a dress or skirt . Accessorize with traditional jewelry, embellished sandals, and a chic clutch. A light shawl can add a touch of grace to your ensemble as the night unfolds.

Shopping Paradise:

Johari Bazaar: Indulge your senses in the bustling Johari Bazaar, Jaipur's jewelry haven.

Get lost in the maze-like stores that sell beautiful Polki, Meenakari, and Kundan jewelry. At Johari Bazaar,you’ll find things ranging from elaborate silver pieces to vibrant gemstones. Explore the colorful handicrafts and fabrics as well; they make this bazaar a shopping haven.

Immerse yourself in the royal tapestry of Jaipur, where every corner echoes tales of valor, heritage, and timeless elegance. Happy exploring!


Jaipur is a culinary delight with its rich and flavorful Rajasthani cuisine. Here are two must-visit food places that promise a gastronomic adventure:

Chokhi Dhani: For an immersive cultural and culinary experience, Chokhi Dhani is a must-visit destination located on the outskirts of Jaipur.

This ethnic village resort offers an evening of traditional Rajasthani hospitality, entertainment, and, most importantly, food. Enjoy a royal Rajasthani thali with a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes served in a traditional manner. The cultural performances, folk dances, and the overall rustic charm make dining at Chokhi Dhani an unforgettable experience.

Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB): Located in the heart of the city, Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar is a legendary eatery that has been serving delectable Rajasthani sweets and snacks since 1954.

Savor a selection of sweets, including the well-known Pyaaz Kachori, Rasgulla, and Ghewar. Not only does LMB sell sweets, but it also has a wide selection of classic Rajasthani thalis, such as Gatte ki Sabzi and Dal Baati Churma. The whole dining experience is enhanced by the nostalgic atmosphere.


These two food places showcase the diverse and rich flavors of Rajasthani cuisine, providing an authentic taste of the region's culinary heritage.