|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$12.47|
|Chicken breasts at the market||$4.09|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$0.23|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$4.43|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$0.25|
|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$1.66|
Jaipur’s local cuisine is as complex as the city’s history. It’s a cut between rustic and regal recipes, which can be found in most households on a regular day. For tourists, you can enjoy Jaipur’s local fare in, where else but the row of restaurants and bars.
Cheap flights to Jaipur are worth enough to try some of the most popular dishes in the city. The locals love dishes served on a platter or Thalis as much as they love Ker and sangri.
Jaipur recipes embody the Rajasthan cuisine. Must try dishes mostly feature ingredients like saffron, dried fruit, pickles, berries, beans, and millet. One popular recipe is daal baati. It is a dumpling made out of millet or wheat flour served with clarified butter and lentil curry.
There are many eating hubs located in Jaipur. Due to the influx of tourists and expats alike, it is common to find restaurants serving dishes other than the local fare. It is advisable, however, that you have a taste of what the people of Jaipur puts on their plates because that will help you understand the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the people better.
After filling your stomach with authentic Jaipur dishes, it is time to fill your eyes and your heart with the local attractions. The city features tour packages that will help you reach all the amusing attractions without much fuss. You can get composite tickets and other types from the Rajasthan Tourist Government Office. Check out their website to book your tickets to see the sights ahead of time.
Your cheap flights to Jaipur will entitle you to explore forts, palaces, monuments, temples, parks, museums, and entertainment complexes. A full day of exploration and adventure may not be enough to cover everything so it is advisable that you choose a comfortable place to stay for the duration of your vacation.
Hotels in Jaipur are not as expensive as those in the cities of Mumbai and Delhi. They are well within a backpacker’s budget so expect to find cheap hotels that will easily fit into the size of your wallet.