Hotel Ruby

399-A Pareek College Road, Banipark, Jaipur, India
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Travel Tips for Jaipur

Most tea or coffeehouses are...

by sandravdp

Most tea or coffeehouses are for men, it's best not to enter when you are a women.

You also have to dress carefully. Please, wear long sleeves, trousers/a dress. Women have to cover their chest extra.

This picture was made by Roel Koehoorn.

Carpet Mahal

by keeweechic

I visited this store. They provide more than 1000 designs of quality of carpets. They also have more than 5000 items of Textiles ranging from table cloths, clothing, scarfs etc. a very comprehensive range. Don’t forget to bargain, especially when you are about to leave, this seemed to work for me on a scarf I was wanting.

Royal beauty

by Robert_Hun

In the heart of the old city, the former royal residence, built in a mixture of Rajasthani and Mughal styles. The palace houses a museum, too.
You can find the world's largest single piece of silver (345 kg) here, the silver vessel which was used by the Maharaja to carry drinking water on his trips to England.

Maharaja Palace

by nepalgoods

Jaipur has a still existing Maharaja, who is said to be extremely rich.

Most of the Maharaja Palace is a museum now. This huge silver pots were used, when one of the former Maharajas was invited to England to see the Empress Victoria. He could not go without the water of the Ganges River. Several of this pots are standing in special room.

Albert Hall

by NedHopkins

Other VTers have accounted for the building and history of the Albert Hall. I'd add only that the many glass-encased Persian miniatures on the 2d and 3d floors are worth hours of looking and appreciation.

On my visit the admission fee was 10 rupees for Indians, 100 for foreigners.

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