Early morning, head to Rambagh Golf Course and enjoy a round of golf. One of the oldest and prestigious golf courses in India, Rambagh Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 70 championship course of 6303 yards that make Jaipur one of the best golf holiday destinations. The course has been deliberately designed on sandy loam soil and offers picturesque views of Nahargarh Fort, Rambagh Palace, Birla Planetarium, and Moti Doongri.
In the afternoon, explore the attractions of 'Pink City' Jaipur which include Jantar Mantar, an 18th-century royal observatory designed for astronomical study, City Palace, a palatial complex which still houses Jaipur's royal family and a museum comprising of antique furnishings and artifacts and halts at Hawa Mahal for a photo session. Hawa Mahal is the most distinctive landmark of Jaipur. The exterior of this spectacular edifice presents a magnificent sight to wonder at. Sitting at the end of the City Palace, this red and pink sandstone house have 953 windows on the outside walls that give the palace a honeycomb maze-like look. The palace was built as a Zenana, or women's chambers from where the Rajput royal ladies used to view the everyday street scenes. If time permits, you can visit Chokhi Dhani the center of Rajasthani culture and culinary art.
In the evening, proceed on a walking tour to local bazaars to purchase handicrafts and souvenir items. Visit Bapu Bazar, Johari Bazaar and other local markets from where you can buy authentic and traditional jewelry, clothes and precious gemstone.
Stay overnight at the hotel.