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It does not matter how many photos or videos you see, you have no idea what the Taj Mahal is like until you see it. Our tour director took us at sunrise. Much less crowded then, but also, when the sunlight first hits the Taj,...More
As impressive in real life as all the photos of this iconic architectural masterpiece. The crowds can detract from the experience a little. I recommend you pay the local photographers to take your photo as they're really good and will give you good shots but...More
This memorial is just breathtaking! It's enormous, photogenic and serene. The architecture is incredible for it's time and even today. We visited at sunset and watched from the other side of the river then went back the next morning for sunrise to tour the entire...More
My friends and I have travelled from Jaipur for 4 hours and we stay overnight in Agra as we planned to get up early for visit Taj Mahal, we woke up at 5am then arrived at 6:15 there are many people (but not too much)...More
Breathing at sunrise and sunset from the backside. At sunrise the glistening if the marble is spectacular and the crowds haven’t gathered. Highly recommend this time if day. The views at sunset from the opposite side of the site gives a different perspective and a...More
We finally made it to the Taj Mahul this year. We could only get there in September, which is a small risk as the monsoon could still be going. Lucky it had stopped, but was still hot and muggy. That was a small price to...More
Taj mahal was a beauty. Before starting our trip to taj mahal we had an indian lunch.
The guide was very nice he know the history of the taj mahal and he gave most of the information that why taj mahal was built and for...More
No matter how many photos you've seen, you'll still be amazed by visiting the Taj Mahal. I came here at sunrise. There's a small queue to get in at that time, but I think the volume of people once you're in is far less than...More
me and my cousin visited worlds 7th wonder "TAJ MAHAL" we just went through scooty with routine dress style not any special. we just thought it is just a mahal like all.
but while reaching near to this we felt wow, its a really the...More
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We got our tickets through the travel agency. However, if you want to buy tickets at the gate, they have different lines, one for Indian residents, and another for non resident travelers. The non resident lines had barely... More
We got our tickets through the travel agency. However, if you want to buy tickets at the gate, they have different lines, one for Indian residents, and another for non resident travelers. The non resident lines had barely any people waiting. You could just walk to the counter and buy your ticket. And this was during the peak season in December. Just be sure to get there early in the morning. You pretty much have the whole place to yourself before it gets crowded.