Straight out of the Arabian nights, this city is located in the midst of Thar Desert. Rich in culture and heritage this city on the western corner of India has a lot to offer. The city is named after king Rawal Jaisal, who was the founder in 1156.

The hostile condition doesn’t stop this city as well its people from expressing the warmth and colours. The city has presents many old mansions which are colourful and impressively built. The highlight of the town is the Jaisalmer fort built in 12th century located on a hill top. Now a UNESCO site in 2013, it is a living fort with people, palaces and mansions residing within the fort. Because of the yellow sand of the deserts, it is also called as Golden city of India.


Airports: Jodhpur, 300 kms away, is the nearest airport

Railway station: 1 major railway stations that connects this city from rest of the India.

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The Serai Hotel Suryagarh Killa Bhawan
Garh Jaisal
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5.1 Sq Kms 78000 Rajasthani and Hindi


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