Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
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- Fitness/Health center
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Business Services
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City Jaipur
Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... and oversee the workers. The cooking class was really interesting as the different spices were explained and I realised that they really only use 4 different spices at a time. The food was really nice, such subtle flavours. Our last day in Jaipur was spent on our own with no guide and itinerary to guide us. Decided to explore the pink city and do some shopping. Quickly realised how irritating it is to be constantly stopped by shop keepers trying to lure you into ...
... and walked to the front of the complex.
As it is off season and early in the morning, there were NO lines. Anu commented this is excellent as many times one would have to wait a long period of time to get in. We walked in and soon were walking through to the entrance in front of the Taj. For those that don't know the very famous story, it was built by Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz to be buried. She was the love of his life ...
... the train people will be sat in your seats so you have to be firm to tell them to move.
We clambered aboard just in time before the train departs (again it was a uncontrolled mish mash of people pushing eachother on and off the train!) to find 2 men sprawled across our seats we managed to get them to move but other people in our group struggled to move the locals and had to get fierce with them. For the next 6 hours we were wedged between a family of 6 with massive ...
... dressed in immaculate Rajasthan fashion complete with
turban and name badge. He also joined in our impromptu tour and, with great
authority, took over the role of senior photographer. With a solemn air he
directed us into position before taking copious shots with our camera. The
whole experience was bizarre and at the same time a delight. Eventually we had
to drag ourselves away from our new pals. They all stopped work and waved us
off with endless smiles and thanks. ...
... seem to have
groups of women following them, all dressed up in bright colours, and all
wearing identical sari’s, so we think that many polygamy is part of the religion
here, not sure, should probably google that one but the wifi isn’t working
again, lol! That said, these lower caste women really do dress up in bright
colours and have the typical gold jewellery adoring their bodies which makes
the typical picture postcard image of Rajasthan.