What are the things you are not suggested to do during your trip to Udaipur
Udaipur is a beautiful city in the desert state of Rajasthan. Its proximity to Delhi, the Indian capital city makes it among the most favoured weekend holiday destination among Delhites. Even tourists from all parts of the country and across the globe include this list to their Rajasthan itinerary. Known popularly as ‘City of Lakes’, it is quite appealing. Visiting this place will allow you to enjoy its rich culture, get to know its history, check out the magnificent, mammoth palaces and taste exotic Rajasthani cuisine. Its beauty is sure to compel you to make repeated visits with your family and friends. Even backpackers prefer to visit this city to bask in its glory while honeymoon couples cherish the moments spent here for a lifetime. Many tourists who have already visited this place had desired to stay back at this place forever. The leela palace udaipur rooms offer tourists with safe and relaxing accommodation at your preferred rates.
Things not to indulge in during the visit
You may be compelled to listen to your heart to enjoy visiting the length and breadth of this city. But there are several aspects you need to take into consideration and not indulge in during the trip to be on the safe side. Following these ‘do not do or entertain’ stuffs will allow you peace of mind and greater satisfaction. Remember, as a traveller, you need to ensure that you get to enjoy the trip and not bargain for anything unwanted. This way, you may take back all the interesting memories that can be shared with others back home.
Do not assume Udaipur to be just another ordinary city
This is one of the mistakes that many travellers tend to make simply due to their ignorance about its history and culture. The truth is that there are plenty of places to explore and activities to indulge in this small city. The truth is, its small size can be quite beneficial as it is possible to explore the entire city without having to waste money on cabs. Also, you get to save on ample time or energy unlike other metros. Simply plan your travel in advance and visit one or two places and spend quality time there. Half the city can be explored in just a day. This is definitely an additional benefit for those coming here on a weekend or short vacation.
Do not say any bad word on Fatehnagar
Since ancient times, this place was regarded to be the city’s heart. People can be found chilling at the Lake pal throughout the day and at all seasons. This place literally gets crowded during weekends. This is because of the beautiful nature that attracts everyone. Hence, being a favourite spot, why consider this lake to be not good. The locals at time might get somewhat defensive if they hear such words. Chances are they will try to change your perception until you get convinced.
Avoid ordering random junk food for your meal
Be it breakfast, snacks, lunch or dinner, you should order and consume only quality food. There are different types of Rajasthani and Chinese street foods available. But make sure to order from hawkers that are hygienic and clean. Why consume food that is already available in your place? Rather, choose among the authentic Rajasthani cuisines to experience something new and interesting. You are sure not to find them in your region. So make the most of it. Daal Baati Churma is a must try food here that will only make you to crave for more. The other delicacies that you should try during your visit include Laal Maans (for non-vegetarians), Ghatte Ki Sabzi, Ker Sangri, Rajma, etc. Try all traditional Rajasthani food possible as they are well prepared and delicious. But do not overdo it as you may fall sick, thus only ruining the rest of your vacation.
Not visiting Palaces
Rajasthan is all about palaces and so is Udaipur. Rather, this city does boasts of having a long history and rich culture something that should be checked out by all tourists and not just history buffs. You are sure to be amazed with the palaces, its grandeur, art and architecture. The forts and royal palatial properties present here is what makes it the royal city. Several forts and palaces are connected with the rulers who had once governed this land directly. Some of the forts you may visit include Kumbhalgarh Fort, Sajjangarh Fort, palaces like Lake Palace, City Palace should be part of your itinerary. These monuments depict the history of Udaipur and its rulers and still stand erect with great pride.
Visiting only malls and not indulging in street shopping
It is a wrong notion that you can get good quality stuffs including traditional Rajasthani items only in big stores and shops. You will be amazed to know that there are several markets spread across the city that host hawkers selling a variety of items on the streets. You can get here Rajasthani clothes, paintings, art crafts, handmade painted t-shirts, handicrafts and jewellery items at cheap price. Old City is the best place to shop for your choice of items.
Not praising the beautiful lakes present in the city
In total, Udaipur boasts of having 11 lakes spread across the city. This is quite astonishing especially for a city that covers only a small area. The popular lakes here are Pichola, Fatehsagar, Udai Sagar, Badi Lake, Dudh Talai, Swaroop Sagar, Purohito ka Talaab, Goverdhan Sagar, Rajsamand Lake, Jaisamand Lake and Madaar. Most of the lakes present here are man-made, artificial, built by the erstwhile rulers of this land. They are peaceful and beautiful, sure to provide you with peace of mind and satisfaction. Praising its beauty will not make you happy, but also the locals around.
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