Though Night life at Jaipur is not to the tune of Delhi & Mumbai but Jaipur does offers fair bit of fun. There are some very good clubs now which offers quality entertainment. Geoffery's at Park Plaza is quite a famous place which plays some great music. Tablu at Clarks Amer is a roof top bar quite close to Airport. You can see a lot of international flights flying by at a height. It is also good for having quite drink with not much of a rush. Devil's club at Las Vegas is also a happening place. Good for people who loves to dance till late night. Angaara at Malviya Nagar is also a dance club where lot of young BPO employees can be seen enjoying.
Also you can visit Nahargarh fort at night to see the panaromic view of Jaipur city at night. Its very peaceful and pleasant at the top.
Dress Code: Smart casuals. Stags not allowed on week ends
In the Jharokha Restaurant in the hotel, Indian Musicians were playing. Although I am not generally a great lover of Indian music (sorry!), I still felt it added a very nice atmosphere to the evening. They were not so loud that you could not hear yourself talk, which in my book is always a plus point.
Well, it was a private party, so it was a one-time kind of event, but it was incredible. From the flowers, food, everyone being fashionably late, except the Maharaja of Jaipur! He joked, and said, well I do know my way around this place better than you!
If you visit Hotel Raj Palace, there is a good chance that you will be entertained by this father and son team playing traditional Rajasthani music and dressed in traditional costume.
In the evening, the hotel put on a show with Indian musicians, Rajastan folklore dancers (including a very impressive balancing act) and puppeteers.
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