Sawai Man Singh Museum @ CITY PALACE, Jaipur : Sawai Man Singh Museum. One Entry Ticket for Museum costs 40 Rs & you need to pay extra for Digital Camera. This Museum is inside City Palace Complex. City Palace gives an idea about farsightedness of the founder of Jaipur(Sawai jai Singh). He left behind a legacy of some of the most imposing & magnificent architecture, art & craft structure in the city. The City Palace is blend of Mughal & Rajasthani architecture and the Royal Family still lives in a part of the palace.
Bapu Bazar @ Jaipur : Papu Bazar is famous market in Jaipur and there some other market near to this : Market/Indira Market/Nehru Market & Sanjay Market. These markets have a unique style where all the shops are of same size/style. Whole market is very symmetrical & a particular street is known for a specific item. Bapu & Johri Markets are the famous markets. You can find Bedsheets, Jaipuri Maharani Saris, Jaipuri Quilts, dupattas, bandhni suits, Rajasthani pagaris etc. As the name is telling, Johri Market is famous for Jewellery.
Jantar-Mantar @ Jaipur : his is one of the Largest & best preserved Observationary out of the five in India. It’s built by Sawai Jai Singh due to his hobby in the field of Astrology & Numerology. I would strongly suggest for planning to explore Jantar Mantar with a Guide.
Birla Temple, Jaipur : Birla Mandir situated just below the “Mooti Doongri”, dedicated to Lakshmi-Narayan. It is just in front of Jaipur Development Authority Building & surrounded by large lush green gardens. Temple has been constructed in white marble. There is a museum in the basement of the temple having some photographs of Birla Family.
Jal-Mahal @ Jaipur: Jal Mahal in built in 18th Century, in the middle of beautiful Mansagar Lake, the place has the Nahargarh Hills forming its backdrop. Jal Mahal was meant to be used for the royal duck shooting parties. It’s a five storey palace with the first four floors being submerged under water.