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4 Unusual And Unique Things to do in Jaipur

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Jaipur, the pink city is one among the most frequented visited tourist destinations in India. It evokes the opulent royal family that once ruled the region. With gardens, courtyards and museums, part of the city palace is still a royal residence. When you go to Jaipur, you cannot miss out on these things. 

4 Unusual And Unique Things to do in Jaipur:

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Day 1. Ride through the tunnel that connects Jaipur to Agra

Ride through the tunnel that connects Jaipur to Agra
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Ghat ki Guni tunnel is the tunnel that connects Jaipur to Agra. The tunnel has Havelis on both sides which make it a beautiful driving experience through the tunnel. Since it is accident prone, it is better to drive slow while enjoying the beauty around. 

Day 2. Visit the Galta Temple: A temple where monkeys roam around like humans

Visit the Galta Temple: A temple where monkeys roam around like humans
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10 kms away from Jaipur city, A.S. shares about the temple on HolidayIQ, "A local told us it is also known as monkey temple as a famous monkey tribe lived here once upon a time. As it is surrounded by hills this temple gets an exotic look." "It has two ponds both are very beautiful," says Anil. 

Day 3. Experience the Chand Baori: An ancient stepwell of India

Experience the Chand Baori: An ancient stepwell of India
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Also known as Panna Meena ka Kund, Chand Baori was built in the 16th century, having criss-cross steps arranged on three sides with small niches created into the walls. A.S shares on HolidayIQ, "the kund is right in the center of the structure and approach is beautifully designed sequential staircases, trust me it is geometrically exotic design."

Day 4. Jal Mahal is partially under the water

Jal Mahal is partially under the water
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Abhay tells HolidayIQ, "The Water Palace is an admirable palace providing a charming view of the Man Sagar Lake. This 5-story high architectural beauty is made of red stone. The 5th floor is the only visible part and remaining is under water. Boats are available. The marble carvings of fort give you a sense of royal touch of Rajput and Mughal."

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