Jaipur or the ‘Pink city’ is captivating in itself. Being surrounded by regal structures with a culturally rich vibe, just being in Jaipur makes you feel royal. Often, we go to the most popular places in a city that are ‘touristy’ and do not explore the hidden gems.
If you get a chance to study at one of the prestigious universities in Jaipur, you will have ample time on your hands to explore the city. You can check out your-space student hostels in Jaipur for a comfortable and secure stay. Our PG in Jaipur for students and professionals is hygienic and offers the right amenities, which means you have all the time to check out these offbeat places.
People who are short on time visit these familiar but fascinating places; Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, and the likes. But what, they are probably not aware of is that there are so many more forts, lakes, and mahals to explore for their aesthetics.
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Garh Ganesh temple is one of the most fascinating yet unexplored places in the city. It is perched on top of the Aravalli hills. It is difficult for older people to trek up, but those with the stamina must check this out. The arduous trek is wholly forgotten once you witness the mesmerizing panoramic view from the hilltop.
Situated around 30 kilometers from Jaipur, on Tonk Road, Chandlai Lake is a calming and serene place. This lake is one of the gorgeous lakes in this 140-year-old city and boasts of a wide species of exotic migratory birds. For true nature lovers and bird watchers, this place is a bliss. To experience the rustic ways of Jaipur and its natural beauty, drive to the outskirts and visit this lake.
Galta Temple is famed for its ‘kunds’ or natural springs. An unexplored place, this is not yet touristy, so you won’t be greeted by a swarm of people. A relatively unexplored temple, it has been featured by National Geographic as the Monkey Temple due to the astonishing number of monkeys here. You can trek up to reach this serene location in the mountains and then come down to go inside it.
Yet another unconventional thing to do in this city is visiting the Amer Sagar. This 17th-century lake was known to supply water to Jaigarh fort and Amer forts. This lake is situated close to Amer Fort between Anokhi Museum and Kheri Gate. If you truly want to enjoy some mesmerizing views, go here during the monsoon when it is relaxed.
Kanota Dam is located 15 kilometers away from the city and is one of the most gorgeous places to visit. For landscape photographers and people looking for mesmerizing views during the rainy season, these places cannot be skipped.
If you are in Jaipur, studying or working, make it a point to check out these unexplored places and our amazing your-space PG in Jaipur for students. While these spots will guarantee an exhilarating experience, our student hostels in Jaipur will offer a homely experience with everything taken care of.