The first thing I went for the light and sound show at Amer Fort in evening at Kesar Kyari.
It is a beautiful 50 minutes program, it gives you the brief history of Fort and city. The shows run in English at 7.30 PM and in Hindi at 8.30 PM (Hindi Voiced by Amitabh Bachchan).
Most of these places can be seen only from outside (drive through) because they close the entry to the monuments after sunset but Birla Mandir remains open till late night.
Our last stop for the day was Nahargarh Fort for dinner. We have seen a beautiful view of Jaipur city but it is restricted by metal mesh net on the windows but still, it looked beautiful. We were two females so didn’t go beyond a point in darkness but if someone is interested in taking pictures of the city, it is better to go to the open restaurant. It is some 400 meters from the main compound and very dark at night because of the thick bushes or small trees on both sides of the path. They don’t serve dinner there, so it is secluded. I wanted to go to take some pictures but my friend was not interested, so we decided not to go alone in the dark because I prefer not to take unnecessary risk.
How to see Jaipur by night –
1.) Hire a cab and visit all places. The advantage is you can stop and spend time as you like.I am not giving much of the details as we booked a cab to visit these places as it is most convenient and safe mode of transport at night.
2.) Book a tour with the Official site of Rajasthan Tourism.