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The attraction for visitors never ends on a trip to Jaipur. For travelers who are exploring this historic place to experience some new and unforgettable pleasure will definitely love visiting Jal Mahal. Sawai Pratap Singh constructed the beautiful Jal Mahal in the year 1799. The name itself suggests that the palace is located in water. The palace was constructed in the midst of Man Sagar Lake and proves to be the greatest attraction for visitors. The real beauty of the Jal Mahal lies in its structure, architecture, painting, and eye-catching view.
The Jal Mahal represents the typical Rajput and Mughal architecture style and holds its resemblance to the Amer Fort. The palace is made of red sandstone and has five storeys. However, visitors can see only the top storey as rests of them are submerged in water. The beauty of the palace further increases with the existence of a garden that has semi-octagonal towers on every corner. The Jal Mahal is a beautiful tourist spot to spend the entire day and experience the same royalty of life that existed during the Rajput rule during the 17th century.
The Jal Mahal is located about 6 km away from Amer Fort and is easily accessible from Jaipur. Visitors have dedicated taxis that operate from the important locations of Jaipur to this palace. For visiting this tourist spot, there is no restriction of the time, as it is open all through the year and can be visited in any season. Travel guides suggest that the most feasible time to experience the real beauty of the palace is during monsoons when water level rises up. The Jal Mahal is open from 9 am to 5 pm and there is an entry fee of Rs. 50 per visitor. Thus, if you are on a trip to Jaipur, then a visit to Jal Mahal will provide meaning to the entire trip.