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Actually just looked at the outside and the ground floor of the first one. The guy that took me in was ok and asked the usual questions and gave a history of the shop there. I then just said I would like to sit in...More
It is a good place to visit at Jaisalmer. Architecture of haveli and Museum are good.
Dont try to visit Ist Haveli. It if having 100 of bets. It is so horrible and dirty due to presence of these bets.
I am a frequent traveler...More
We booked a guide for just 50 bucks and he explained the importance of the place and the history behind it was really interesting. Glad we visited this place. But getting there by car is bit tricky as there are no parking places near haveli.
Located very close to the Fort, the architecture is fantastic. It is a little hard to find it but after navigating through the alleys, you get there. There is an entrance fee and you don't spend more than an hour seeing the artifacts displayed within...More
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yes easily. Infact, If you have already seen the palace and the patwon ki haveli, there is nothing much in salim singh and natmal haveli to see. Salim singh haveli has nothing much inside (is in very bad shape and not... More
yes easily. Infact, If you have already seen the palace and the patwon ki haveli, there is nothing much in salim singh and natmal haveli to see. Salim singh haveli has nothing much inside (is in very bad shape and not maintained), you can might as well just see it from outside. Palace & patwon ki haveli might take you around 3 hours put together. It is worth spending time in these 2 places. Also, markets out side is priced cheaper than inside the fort.