Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and home to number of World Heritage Sites and part of the India’s Golden Triangle tourist circuit, also the city is a gateway to other tourist destinations in Rajasthan. However you already know Jaipur is world famous for its landmarks like Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal and Jantar Mantar but here is the list of most unique places to visit in Jaipur.
Moti Dungri Ganesh Ji Ka Mandir is a popular tourist attraction in the city and temple is said to be more than five-hundred years old, having the sindoor-coloured Ganesha idol. The temple is one of the five most popular Lord Ganesha temple of Jaipur, Nahar Ke Ganesh Ji temple is being other.
Garh Ganesh temple is an ancient temple located on the hills, at the top in the Aravali hills. This historical temple is unique in terms of idol without trunk, in the form of small child, located near the fort of Nahargarh.
Govindji Temple of Jaipur is located within the City Palace complex, dedicated to Lord Krishna and one of the 7 temples of Thakur of Vrindavan. There are 7 Aartis performed at Govind Dev Ji temple in one day, the temple is also most important temple of Thakur outside Vrindavan.
Galtaji Mandir or Monkey Temple of Jaipur is located on the outskirts of the city and a popular Hindu pilgrimage site surrounded by hills and a natural springs where large number of rhesus macaques monkeys are found.
Amber Fort is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site under the group six Hill Forts of Rajasthan. The fort is visited by large number of tourist every year and one of the must see forts in Rajasthan along with along with Jaigarh Fort on Cheel ka Teela.
Jaigarh Fort on Cheel ka Teela are considered one complex with Amber Fort on the same Aravalli range, provides an excellent view of the Aravalli hills and also home to Jaivana cannon.
Raj Mandir Cinema is another most popular landmark structure and symbol of Jaipur, Known for its large size and an important part of the tourist circuit of Jaipur.
Nahargarh Fort on Aravalli Hills is one of the three strong defense fort of Jaipur city, where famous scenes of movie Rang De Basanti was shot.
Johari Bazaar and Bapu Bazar are two of the most famous shopping destination in Jaipur showcasing the different style of Rajasthani jewelry, Bangles and traditional Jutis.
Chokhi Dhani is the major tourist attraction of Jaipur, showcasing the true culture of Rajasthan and offers different shades of Rajasthani experience, located at Tonk road.
Gatore Ki Chhatriyan is the most unique and lesser known spot in Jaipur, Surrounded by green hills and the complex is site of the royal cenotaphs made of marble and sandstone.
There are few museums in Jaipur like Amrapali Museum, exhibits wide range of collection of Indian Jewellery, Most unique and a hidden gem of Jaipur city.