The Golden city of India

Rajasthan is a very special state of India, where there are 3 extremely unique cities with 3 different colors including: Jaipur is famous as a pink city, Jodhpur is famous for green city and Jaisalmer is popular, known as a golden city.

However, the most beautiful is the city of Jaisalmer, located 575km east of the capital Jaipur, bordering on Pakistan. Why is this place called the “golden city”, because there are unique and meticulous constructions built with yellow sandstone. In addition, Jaisalmer is the heart of India’s largest desert, with immense gold dunes called Thar Desert.

Where people use camels to move
If you have the opportunity to stroll in this interesting city, you will often fall into the situation of giving way to camels on the street. Camels are not only pets to travel in the desert, but also animals to transport people away in the heart of the city.
To serve tourists, some residents decorate their pets with a variety of colorful ropes and sparkling mirrors to let tourists ride and take pictures. Workers use camels to transport goods with the trailer behind. Or most interesting was the sight of police squads patrolling the border on the backs of large, large camels.
The long-legged camels, neck so high that visitors look up must also be wary of a height of more than 3m. However, the camels look fierce but extremely cute and hospitable, so create good feelings for visitors to visit.

The unique architecture
Jaisalmer owns beautiful architectural works, both magnificent and magnificent as well as extravagant splendor. First of all, the Jaisalmer fort, a prominent fortress stands in the heart of the city and is built of yellow sandstone, creating a massive fortress.

The fortress has only one entrance, along the path to the fortress are shops selling souvenirs and jewelry or the familiar sound of desert melodies from the musicians playing. Inside the fortress is the tourist center, where there are museums, Jain temples and most of the hotels and restaurants for tourists to stay. Looking down from the fort, visitors have a panoramic view of the whole city submerged in the yellow of sandstone, or the desert carpet stretching endlessly.