1. Hawa Mahal
2. Amber Fort
This fort is Also known as Amer palace, located 11 km far from the Jaipur city in a small town named as Amer. The fort is made up of marble and sandstone. In 2013 this fort along with 5 other forts of this state was listed as a Hill Forts of Rajasthan in UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
3. Jantar Mantar
4. Jal Mahal
Also known as Water palace, Jal Mahal is situated in the center of Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur Amer road. In the 18th century, Maharaja Jai Singh 2 has renovated the palace.
5. Laxmi Narayan Temple
This temple is also known as Birla Temple, a wonderful example of marble architecture. The temple is constructed by Shri Rang Ramanuj Das and situated perfectly below the Moti Dungari fort
6. Nahargarh Fort
The fort was built by Jai Singh, the main reason behind the making this fort is to secure Amer from enemies. Located in the Aravali hills, the meaning of Nahargarh is the “Home of Tigers”. This fort was once used for an outing by the royal families now it is a favorite weekend spot for the tourists.
7. Albert Hall Museum
8. Jaigarh Fort
The fort was built by Jai Singh second in 1726, Nahargarh fort along with Jaigarh are built for the protection of Amer. The design of this fort is same as the Amer fort, the fort has world’s largest cannon named as Jaivana.
9. Sisodia Rani palace and Garden
Sisodia Rani palace is located at a distance of 6 km from Jaipur city. It was built in 1728 by Jai Singh second. The garden is famous for its wall painting where the beautiful sculpture of Radha and Krishan can be seen. The multi-level garden with different species of flower offers an amazing experience to the tourist.