Great architecture plenty of monkeys, but very dirty even by Indian standards. Was good to look at but only because it was on the way. Would not make a special trip, plenty of other great things to do in Jaipur.
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There is no place in the US like this place. Very relaxing thru this old palace that is now occupied by monkeys and their caregivers. Lovely swimming area filled with young Indians escaping the heat, laughter filling the air. Stroll thru the palace as you...More
This the best temple in Jaipur. Our travel companion, Johnny included this in our itinerary. It was a very special temple where you can play and fed a lot of monkeys freely enjoying the forest or the pools inside the temple. Plus the architecture is...More
The road up to the temple is really surprising as there are many wild peacocks. The temple is left as it was so many years back and this is what we loved. Do not be afraid of the monkeys they are good, but do not...More
There are two ways to reach monkey temple. One is a long walk from entrance at the market area. And another by vehicle upto the temple.choose the second option bcoz walkway is very dirty. This place is very poorly maintained. There are many many monkeys...More
This is a beautiful place, not built up and commercialised like a lot of other tourist attractions around India and Asia. Great location with some wonderful temples and friendly priests, a very fulfilling experience. The views are beautiful in the hills. Seeing wild macaques and...More
Climbing those stairs and viewing the Ganesh Temple are much more fulfilling than feeding peanuts and bananas to those poor, exploited monkeys.