Royal Springs Golf Course
Green fees are Rs400/Us$20 for Indians/foreigners at the Royal Springs Golf Course near the Botanical Gardens.
Less formal and not quite as busy as many of the much older Mughal gardens, the Botanical Gardens do still have some well-maintained...
Thickly forested Shankaracharya Hill is topped by a small Shiva temple, Shankaracharya Mandir , built from hefty blocks of visibly...
Rare takeaway outlets for alcoholic beverages.
Dine in a convivial walled garden or a low-ceilinged oriental dining room with elements of Buddhist design. The spicy boneless chicken...
Pari Mahal information
Pari Mahal (literally 'Palace of the Fairies') is a 17th-century folly of arched niches and stone walls set high above the lakeshore with great views. The multi-level terraced ensemble looks most intriguing viewed from afar when floodlit at night. By day, the long, steep autorickshaw ride is worthwhile more for the lake views than for the gardens themselves. Bring ID for police checks en-route.