Gardens in Jaipur

Top Gardens in Jaipur, India

Gardens in Jaipur

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  • Rahul Mishra
    New Delhi, India171 contributions
    A big park, everyone busy themselves, kids skating, couples taking photos, youth partying, and you go for a walk. enjoy. Also watch musical fountain show in the evening.
    Written 25 March 2022
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  • Prathamesh Sawant
    Mumbai, India490 contributions
    Its well maintained and quite green. Good place to just chill on weekend and have a picnic lunch. Keep in mind it has an entry fee.
    Written 8 April 2019
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  • Umang A
    Mumbai, India722 contributions
    This is located in the heart of city and house of many attraction e.g. bird house,zoo, albet hall, ranvindra manch and food court.
    Written 25 February 2019
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  • jazsacher
    Bangkok, Thailand1,407 contributions
    Vidyadhar Garden was an unexpectedly impressive garden and complex which seemed to sprawl forever as we walked through it. We strolled through the long end of the complex from the entrance and kept walking and walking and walking. We were literally the only visitors there which made it even more special. The area seemed connect by 3 separate palace complexes with an amazing garden/court way in between. We went to the very last complex on the far end and then slowly made our way back while taking pictures throughout. We loved how each palace had it's own design and colors as well as the courtyard and garden in between... there was no redundancy. As we made our way back to the entrance of the facility we realized that there was a complete other side which seemed to be populated with a few tourists but were too tired to explore it. In any event, this was a memorable stop when we enjoyed.
    Written 12 November 2019
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  • pradeep k
    118 contributions
    Lovely garden,luking very beautiful and naturally, many nice trees in this garden,you will find here the train ,boating, bridges, duck and many more thing
    Written 25 November 2019
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  • Shutterbug_Iyer
    Chennai (Madras), India292 contributions
    Good for a morning walk if you are in that area. May not be worth the effort otherwise. It is just a well-maintained garden under the flyover on the way to the airport. The mock-up of peacocks probably gives the park the name. In the morning you have the bonus sight of seeing people feeding pigeons across the road. I am told the view at night is also good. Be on the lookout for speeding traffic while crossing the road. I did not see any dedicated pedestrian crossing.
    Written 27 November 2019
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  • raveenarai
    269 contributions
    Lots of items of art is being kept in the gallery. 10 rupees entry fees not much costier and is bearable.
    Written 30 May 2019
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