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A royal living place of King to see so close. The current Maharajah lives here with his family in this Palace.
One part converted into 5 star hotel.
One part is for the tourist who can see so many antique items used by Royal families...More
A must visit for travellers at JODHPUR.
His highness also resides in one of the blocks.
Collection of vintage cars, articles and photographs showcased for travellers.
Extreme hot temperatures may create discomfort as no Air conditioning is there.
must go sightseeing at jodhpur. Nicely decorated and good architecture to see. Evening would be the best time to go. There are vintage cars also available here to see. Very good Kesar kulfi served by canteen, made by taj hotel at affordable price.
Umed Bhawan Palace
Commendable efforts to show case history.
If Meharangarh was about history far away, Umed Bhawan is all about past ' not that farvawa' .
One gets to see and know life of royalty. The efforts to keep it clean and documented sets...More
Its Nothing more than a Beautiful building. The architecture is great and everything is well maintained. There are few vintage cars as well.
The museum was a disappointment. It houses latest collection of Maharaja Umaid. I couldn't find any historical significance there. Visit takes around...More
Response from praveen46 | Reviewed this property |
If you want to just cover important tourist spot like mehrangarh, ummed bhavan (and some shopping) then 1 day could be doable. But i have been there for couple of years and i would recommend to spend at least 2 days. Spent... More
If you want to just cover important tourist spot like mehrangarh, ummed bhavan (and some shopping) then 1 day could be doable. But i have been there for couple of years and i would recommend to spend at least 2 days. Spent sometime walking the lanes of blue city near the fort, savor some local cuisines, shop from local market. Many would say you can do this in one day but then you would be doing is just for sake of covering the spots and not living those moments, believe me :)