It is not without reasons Udaipur has become a prime tourist destination in Udaipur. The ancient temples, manmade lakes and remains of royal palaces make it alluring for any kind of visitor. The lakes of Udaipur in particular are beautiful and they often have historic significance. Located on the Jag Niwas Island in the pretty Lake Pichola, this edifice was built by monarch Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1754. The serene ambiance and beauty of the place makes it a must visit for anyone coming to Udaipur.
Tourists need to take a boat from the Lake Pichola banks and then they will reach Lake Palace Udaipur. The visitors get a nice view of the surrounding after reaching the island in which the palace is located. The view of sprawling and beautiful Aravalli Hills is absolutely enchanting. It was earlier called Jag Niwas. The Mewar dynasty kings used the palace as summer resort. The palace itself is a visual feast and the architecture leaves onlookers dazzled. The beautiful fountains and landscaped gardens inside the palaces are soothing on eyes, to say the least. Even the rooms are adorned with crystal work, paintings stained glass, and they ooze luxury. It is now used as a hotel, run by the Taj groups.
The Lake Palace Udaipur can be visited as a sightseeing place. Tourists with deep wallets and willing to experience royal hospitality of Rajsthan can book rooms in the hotel as well. Either way, it will be a mind blowing and memorable experience!