India Amber Fort 4 Days 2 Nights TATIN6278
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|Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) - Jaipur||Crimson Park Hotel or a similar hotel, Jaipur|
|Jaipur - Havahahal - Amber Fort - City Palace - Ganesh Temple - Agra||Pushp Villa Hotel or a similar hotel, Agra|
|Agra - Taj Mahal - Agraford - Chan Ba Ri - Jaipur||-|
|Jaipur - Bangkok (Don Muang Airport)||-|
Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) - Jaipur19.30 hrs. Concurrent group at Don Mueang Airport International Departure Hall, Floor 3, Counter 2, Gate 1-2, AirAsia, with staff to assist you with travel documents and luggage.21.30 hrs. Departure to Jaipur, India by Air Asia, flight FD130 (takes approximately 4.20 hours) (No onboard meals)00.20 hrs. The group arrives Jaipur Airport Bringing you through the ceremony and receiving the bag. After that, take you to your accommodation. (Local time is 1.30 hours slower than Thailand)Hotel accommodation at Crimson Park Hotel or a similar hotel, Jaipur
Jaipur - Havahahal - Amber Fort - City Palace - Ganesh Temple - AgraMorning Have breakfast at the hotel restaurant.Take you to see the city of Jaipur, the city of victory. Indian people call this city Jaipur or Rajasthan. Rajasthan is known as the city of Pink (Pink city). The origin of the city of pink is because in the year 1876 Maharaja Ram Singh (Maharaja Ram Singh ) Ordered the people to apply pink over the old plaster color of their own houses In order to show the hospitality, the welcome of the Prince of Wales (Prince of Waies), the crown prince of England. Later, the King Edward Vll of the United Kingdom and the Indian government later passed a law controlling the buildings within the old city walls to be painted pink as before. Today, Jaipur is the most modern commercial center of Rajasthan. What is interesting in Jaipur is the old town plan and the original building. Including the city gates, which are still in quite perfect condition In addition, the pink color of the city became unique. Until making this city a destination for tourists from around the world After that, take you outside. HAWA MAHAL means the Palace of the Wind. Is a palace Located in Jaipur city, Rajasthan, India Created in year B.E. 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, designed by Lal Chand Ustad, adapted from the shape of the crown of Narai. With the outstanding structure which is The front of the building has a five-story gable and resembles a honeycomb made of bright red sandstone. The stone is carved into small windows. Fine, with 953 windows, thin but covered with sandstone, making the lady in the harem of the concubine inside can see outside without the outside to see inside, and another benefit is the light box and The air vent until it became the name "Palace Of Wind". Take you to Amer Fort or Amber Fort, located in Amer. Jaipur Suburb Away from Jaipur city, 11 kilometers stand out on a rocky cliff above the lake. Built by Maharaja Man Singh No. 1, this fortress is famous for its architecture blending Hindu art and Rajaput's unique art. Can be seen from a distance Due to the large and tight wall of fortifications With many entrance doors Many cobbled streets Which, when on the fort, can clearly see Mao Ta Lake The beauty of Amber Fort Hidden inside the city wall, divided into 4 floors (each floor is separated by wide paths), within which the throne is made of red sandstone and marble. The throne within the fort consists of "Diwan-i-amu" or the hall, "Diwan-i-gus" or the private hall, "Chesh Mahal" (the palace is a glass decorated room for the Maharaja). And "Jaime Mandir", which is a palace on the second floor, "Arum Bhak", a beautiful garden arranged in a star-shaped star-shaped motif between the buildings and "Suk Niwas", the palace that Use the air conditioning inside the palace. With the cool wind blowing through the chute falls are surrounding the palace. Causing the interior of this palace to be always cool This fortress used to be the residence of Rajaputra, Maharaja and Amor royal family in the past (special .. including transportation fee to go to see the palace by jeep) then take you to see the City Palace (CITY PALACE) It was originally the palace of the Jai Singh. The palace was extended in the latter part of the present time to be compiled into the Sawai Man Singh Museum. It consists of 4 interesting parts which are The first part is the palace, the second part is the museum. Which exhibits the clothes of the king and the queen, which has elaborate tailoring The third part is a weapon. And the battle dress Which are displayed in many amazing pieces, some of them are astonishing weapons And the fourth part The art, paintings, photos and chariot rugs that have been inscribed in history. In the center of the building are 2 enormous radiators made of silver metal, 1.50 meters high, the largest in the world. It is believed that the boiler that Madho Singh received from the coronation of Edward VII, which contained water from the sacred Ganges.Lunch, have lunch at the restaurantTake you to Ganesh Temple (Moti Dungri), the most famous Ganesh temple in Jaipur. This temple was built by Seth Jai Ram Paliwal in the early 18th century. It is located in the center of the city. Small hill area This temple is like a life of eternal happiness. Ganesha, the Hindu god of elephants, is considered a god of auspiciousness, wisdom, knowledge and wealth. This Ganesha temple is the most popular among both Indian and foreign tourists. Invite you to request blessings from Lord Ganesh at your leisure After that, he travels to Agra, a city that is a memorial site of the Taj Mahal and was once the administrative center of India during the Mughal dynasty. Agra, the former capital city of India, in what was called " Hindu place "is a city located on the Yana River. North of india In Uttar Pradesh Is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. Agra has a population of 1,686,976 people (2010). It is considered one of the most densely populated cities in Uttar Pradesh and ranked 19th in India. (Travel time is approximately 4.30 hours)Dinner dinnerPushp Villa Hotel or a similar hotel, Agra
Agra - Taj Mahal - Agraford - Chan Ba Ri - JaipurMorning Have breakfast at the hotel.Take you to visit Taj Mahal, a world heritage site, one of the 7 wonders of the world. Which commemorates the great and immortal love of Shah Jahan towards Queen Mantaz Built in the year 1631, then led you to the grave gate, which is engraved with Arabic words in dedication and mourning to the beloved person who passed away And take you to take pictures with the fountain that has the Taj Mahal behind. Then take you to the building made of pure white marble from Makraana That is decorated with patterns in various stone inlay techniques Into the stone Which is a masterpiece of world architecture designed by a technician from Persia In the middle of the building is a dome shaped four-postered tower In the center is the burial ground of Queen Tamaz Mahal and Shah Jahan. To be with each other for all eternity The Taj Mahal took 12 years to complete, with an investment of 41 million rupees. Gold was used to decorate various parts of the building, weighing 500 kilograms and using over 20,000 workers. Adjacent to the Yamuna River, on the opposite side, a large area has been adjusted to the ground. It is said that Shahjahan prepared to build his own tomb in black marble, with the image of the building being the same as the Taj Mahal. In order to be side by side But was Aurangzeb Seize power and take him to imprison in Fort Agra first ** Because the Taj Mahal is closed on Friday. In the event that the Taj Mahal falls on a Friday The company reserves the right to switch programs as appropriate ** and then take you to Agra Fort, a world heritage site adjacent to the Yamuna River, built by Akbar the Great of the Mughal Dynasty. In 1565, it was both a royal palace and a fortress. Later, the son of Shah Mahir and his nephew (son of King Maha Han), King Shah Jahan continued to expand. Fill fort and mold This palace is enormous. And lead you to visit the fort through the Amon Singha Gate to enter into the palace section Through the ornamental courtyard Giant red sandstone basin for bathing You will see the architecture of three eras, based on the different tastes of the Three Kings. Take you inside to see the various palaces carved with the motif of Mughal art influenced by Indian art. Blended with Persian art Then brought up to the second floor porch which had a porch porch Which can see the view of the Yamuna River Next, take a look at the rooms of the kings, sons, daughters and various people. Then take a look at the Majum Manchak Palace with its octagonal porch With wide windows That can see the Taj Mahal In this palace, it is said that Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb for 7 years at the end of his reign until his death. Then take a look at the courtyard of the garden on the one floor, where one of the top peacocks had been enshrined. (Currently in Iran) and on the courtyard of this ornamental garden where Shah Jahan Had first found love with Queen Mantius Who brought pearl necklace products to sell to her in the haremLunch, LunchFrom then, bring you to watch Chand Baori, believed to have been built in the 10th century or a thousand years ago At that time, Rajasthan was a very rich region. Since it is an important route to travel to the Middle East Which often pass through each other Resulting in trading Once rich, then began to invest in the construction of palaces and forts. But as the landscape here is desert That is very dry The rain that falls a few times a year will seep through the sand quickly, like the Thai people who grew up with the stream like us. Can't imagine The Maharaja of Rajasthan has to try to find a way to build a pond to keep the water as long as possible. Because keeping water is considered national security, relaxation, and an important one for religious ceremonies. Moreover Maharaja still wants people to come down to draw water from the well to use easily, even when the water level is low, next to the bottom of the pond with the Chandbao Pond which was born. All together So that many people can walk down to draw water at the same time And can lap until the last drop, even though the pond is about 10 floors or 33 meters deep. The built stairs are divided into 13 floors with a total of over 3,500 steps. This is the deepest and largest pond in India with Great in both size and construction design After that he takes you back to Jaipur.Dinner Box (Dinner Box)It's time to get you to Jaipur Airport.
Jaipur - Bangkok (Don Muang Airport)00.50 hrs. Arrive back to Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport), Thailand by Air Asia, flight FD131 (flight time is around 4.30 hours) (No onboard meals)06.15 hrs. Return to Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok, Thailand with security.