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Bargain your heart out

Customers look at material in a shop in the old walled city, Jaipur, April 6, 2010 You're expected to! So bargain hard when buying handicrafts, clothes, shoes or when visiting any flea market in Jaipur.

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Paying for photographs

A man sits on his cart in the old walled city, Jaipur, November 14, 2011 If you're an enthusiastic photographer and like to capture street scenes, you must remember that if you take photographs of people, some of them may expect payment for modelling for you.

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Guides

Ask your tour guide for his certification or ask your hotel to recommend a guide to you.

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Monkey food

A young langur at Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur, April 10, 2010 Don't feed the monkeys at Amber Fort. Keep your distance, and make sure your children don't get too close either.

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Check your receipts

Always check the bills you receive to make sure you haven't been overcharged.

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Where to

  1. Thali House

    Thali House, near the bus station, serves tasty Rajasthani and Punjabi thalis.

  2. Le Meridien

    Le Meridien (from Rs 10,000) is located about 30km outside the city, on the highway.

  3. Chokhi Dhani

    Chokhi Dhani, the theme village, is popular with Indian tourists for parties.

Must Do

Go dancing  

B2B in the basement of the Country Inn and Suites has a decent-sized dance floor and is popular with youngsters over the weekend. Players also head there during the IPL. It is located near the Jaipur railway station. Shamsher Singh

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