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- It's good sunairse point in back side of lake pichola we enjoy in morning 6 am at sisarma village prep park so beautiful sunrise we seenWritten 5 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The premium attraction of Udaipur. Although the entry fee is quite high (INR 400 for Indians) the palace and its contents are worth the price. At least they did not charge me a camera fee. Unfortunately the day we visited, it was extremally busy and obviously overcrowded. Even then I could find a few pocket of spaces to appreciate the beauty of this magnificent palace. To properly see this place it takes at least half a day. Guides will normally give you one and half hour so we decided not to hire one. Fortunately the palace is well maintained and the displays are in good condition. If you are interested in getting a boat ride then you have to buy the boat ticket from inside the palace compound only. There are a few eating options inside the compound but for obvious reasons they are expensive.Written 8 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The cultural show hosted in this haveli is a must visit when in Udaipur. It showcases multiple cultural forms from different parts of Rajasthan such as Folk Music, Kathputli Show and many dance forms. The show is quite entertaining. It happens from 7-8 PM and entry starts at 6.30 PM. Do visit early for best seats as it is first come first serve. Entry ticket is 100 bucks and 100 extra if you want to record anything.Written 25 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A must visit temple to seek blessings and learn about the historical charismatic legacy of lord Krishna.
Visitors must go to the top terrace after walking thru the ground floor temple to complete their visit.Written 13 November 2023
- The views of the surrounding areas should be great from this place but the day we visited it was was quite hazy. The palace itself does not offer much and is quite underwhelming. The main attraction is the view. The garden also provides bit of a breathing space if one can avoid the selfie crowd. There is a restaurant at the entrance of the palace but we didn't try their food. The entry fee is INR 300 per car and INR 155 per person if you are Indian. We saw a number of gray langurs roaming around the garden but they did not disturb the tourists. Can not call it a must visit place but we found it quite nice.Written 8 December 2023
- Entry to Jagmandir is via boat ride through City Palace. Cost to enter the City Palace is 30 bucks and the boat ride to Jagmandir costs 500 bucks for to and fro journey. The boat ride costs 800 bucks later in evening after 2-3 PM. The boat leaves every 1 hour from City Palace and while coming back there is a ride every 30 mins. The boat ride is quite beautiful where you witness many scenic views. Jagmandir is situated in the middle of the lake and has a good history. It has multiple courtyards, lawns, a small museum and the restaurant. You can spend time at Jagmandir at your own pace and then come back to City Palace where you can do other activities like the Museum, Crystal Gallery.Written 24 November 2023
- Nice garden to visit when you are in Udaipur. It is not a must do place but if one wants to go away from other over crowded tourist spots then this should be considered. Just a short drive away from City Palace, ticket prices are reasonable for Indians, only INR 20. The garden is well maintained and although not big, it is possible to spend an hour here enjoying the mostly tranquil surroundings. The fountains are okay but nothing spectacular. Originally built by a Maharaja for his Queens, it is still attracting locals along with tourists. Just remember it closes by 5 pm.Written 9 December 2023
- Yesterday day we take booting at fatehsagar lake in evening sunset view is so beautiful and also chapati at this palace so enjoy so much also take coffy at this palace
Highly recommendedWritten 5 November 2023
- Sort of openair live museum/market. Paid lokal guide to show us around which was very informative and interesting. Nice handicraft on sale and several music and dancing performances. Everyone very friendly.Written 8 January 2023
- We walked in the store as the paintings displayed outside were brilliant and ended up spending a great time here!
Uncle is very sweet and his art work is amazing!
We got a few cards and vintage post cards…. Do visit if you ever get a chanceWritten 3 December 2023
- This ghaat is one of the most popular one in Udaipur. The entry fee for Ambrai Ghaat is 20 bucks. This ghaat had a lot of pre wedding shoots happening when I visited in the early morning. At one side of the ghaat, some people were taking bath and washing clothes as well. This ghaat has backdrops of Taj Palace Hotel and Jag Mandir.Written 25 November 2023
- Fateh Prakash Palace is part of Udaipur Palace and now it is converted as Luxury Private Hotel. This is not actually tourist spot now.Written 18 April 2021
- Excellent art place that I visited during my trip in India. The owner was fully available and offered me a tour of his workshop and provided me with ample explanations on indian artwork. A nice place to visit.Written 15 January 2023
- We passed by this place at night. Busy. Lots of eateries abound in the vicinity. A good spot for relaxation.Written 24 December 2022
- A wonderful place to feel the old Udaipur vibe. In terms of visuals it is better to visit during sunset but sunrise time has its own charm also. There is no fee to enter the ghat and it offers good opportunity to photographers. Obviously this place is always crowded, even early morning I encountered a number of pre-wedding photography groups. Even then it is possible to find certain spots to enjoy this timeless place and even more surprisingly to take a few photos without too many people in it. A must visit spot in Udaipur.Written 8 December 2023