A guide to enjoy the nightlife in jodhpur

Dev VermaAug 27 . 4 min read

Jodhpur is one of the many cities in the desert state of Rajasthan that was once ruled by maharajas and kings. Historical monuments, forts, and palaces remain from that time, which is the pride of Jodhpur like other cities. Apart from this, the Thar desert also borders the city and the iconic indigo blue houses of the Old Jodhpur area are some of the other famous aspects. There are many places to visit in jodhpur in night.


Things to do in jodhpur at night :



1) Desert camping at night


Desert camping is one of the most famous activities to in Jodhpur. Its fun for the entire family.

What's better than laying in a desert looking at the beautiful night sky with your loved ones.

In addition, this nightlife activity can also help tourists become a part of the traditional ceremonies of the locals and get a glimpse of their rustic lifestyle. Last but not least with this nightlife activity; you will also have the opportunity to light a bonfire and enjoy wonderful moments with your friends and family members


2) Visiting Mehrangarh Fort at night


Mehrangarh Fort is one of the most famous Landmarks in Jodhpur night and even in Rajasthan.

It's a fort built by Rajput king Rao Jodha. It is one of the most largest and beautiful forts in India.

One can experience its majesticity even more at night. Mehrangarh fort is open to tourist at night and it showcases the most beautiful and magnificent views of the fort. It helps us dive deep into the culture and history of the fort.


3) Candle Light dinner

Jodhpur is a famous spot to spend time with your significant others. One can partake in many couple related activities in Jodhpur. One of which is having a candlelight dinner at Darikhana. Jodhpur night view is amazing from here.

Enjoy the fantastic local food at the open-roof restaurant with a magnificent view of Mehrangarh fort in all its glory.


4) Bar and club hopping

Jodhpur is filled with night club in jodhpur and dance bar in jodhpur to enjoy the nightlife in jodhpur. They are in fact one of the best places to visit in jodhpur in the evening either with your friends or significant others.

some of bars and clubs located in Jodhpur are:

-Pulse the bar: Best pub in jodhpur part of Hotel Shri Ram Excellency in Jodhpur, Pulse the Bar offers elegant interiors and soothing interiors. If you are looking for a bar with music, you can consider it the best place to enjoy the nightlife because you can enjoy the music and also enjoy dancing with your friends/family/partner.

-On the rocks: A sophisticated restaurant with artistic wooden chairs and a menu of dishes from all over Asia. You can stop at this place on your way back to the airport. A very beautiful place unique to Jodhpur. It serves Indian and other cuisines. Average price. Clean and hygienic. Portions are big enough for 3-4 people to share. One of the few decent restaurants that serve non-vegetarian food.

-Trophy bar: If you are a bar lover and your lifestyle allows for a classy bar then you are in for a treat as it is best bar in jodhpur located in the grand palace of Taj Umaid Bhawan. It's an amazing place and the bar is decorated with wildlife awards and artifacts. You will be amazed to see the furniture with animal print cushions while the walls are decorated with hunting gear.

-Mox Vox the restro: Mox Vox the Restro is an amazing place to have fun with your partner, friends and even family. Here you can enjoy a live DJ as they have a big dance floor where you can tap your feet and enjoy dancing. You can also choose any cocktail as they have different types of rich cocktails.

5) Clock tower and old city:

When visiting Jodhpur one must visit the clock tower this is the places to visit in jodhpur in evening and the old city to experience the culture and a different side of Jodhpur. The experience increases greatly during the evening and the night as the tower is lighted up. You can visit it with family and friends likewise, eat at the local eateries or shop at the century-old shops.



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