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Rajasthan tour packages from Singapore are a bridge from the urban sophistication of the Lion City to the historical allure of India's desert state. Catered to Singaporean travelers, these packages seamlessly integrate the majesty of Rajasthani forts, palaces, and vibrant cultures.
Direct and connecting flights from Changi Airport to India's major cities, particularly Jaipur and New Delhi, set the stage for this enchanting journey. From the architectural wonders of Jaipur to the romantic lakes of Udaipur, and from the towering forts of Jodhpur to the desert magic of Jaisalmer, the tour offers a rich mosaic of experiences.
Highlighting authentic Rajasthani cuisines, traditional folk performances, and curated shopping experiences for the finest handicrafts, these packages ensure Singaporean travelers receive a comprehensive taste of Rajasthan. Combining luxury and adventure, these tours transition travelers from Singapore's modernity to Rajasthan's timeless traditions.
Best recommended Rajasthan Tours –
Things to do in Rajasthan –
Distance from Singapore to Jaipur: 6018 kilometers; 98 hours approx.
How to reach Rajasthan from Singapore?
By Air: Direct and connecting flights operate from Singapore's Changi Airport to major Indian cities. While direct flights to Jaipur, Rajasthan's capital, might be limited, one can fly directly to Mumbai or New Delhi and then take a domestic flight to Jaipur or other Rajasthani cities like Udaipur and Jodhpur.
By Train: Upon flying into a major Indian city like New Delhi or Mumbai, you can opt for India's extensive railway network to reach Rajasthan's key destinations.
By Road: Once in India, if you're adventurous, you can hire a car or take a bus, but it's a longer and more intricate journey compared to air or train.
Ideal time to plan Rajasthan Tour:
The best time to visit Rajasthan spans from October to March. During these cooler months, the climate becomes amiable, providing a perfect backdrop for sightseeing and desert activities. The winter period, notably between December and February, can be quite chilly, especially during the nights, adding a unique charm to the desert ambiance. This timeframe is also dotted with a plethora of cultural festivities, from the Pushkar Camel Fair to traditional dance festivals, enriching the traveler's experience. Conversely, the summer months, from April to June, are characterized by intense heat, making the winter season the top choice for tourists seeking a comprehensive Rajasthan exploration.
Tips to travel in Rajasthan –
Book the Singapore to Rajasthan Tour for 10 days with Jaipur Taxi Services or less (whichever you prefer) and get the best deals or discounts. Discover the royal state of India with a professional tour guide and experience the state's rich cultural heritage. Immerse in the traditional lifestyle of locals and interact with them.