您是否会将该景点推荐给文化 & 建筑爱好者？
I counted 260 'steps', which are partially filled ramp-like, so a bit slippery on the way down - be careful it is very hot and/or are not too stable on your feet. Ok for children, I'd say. There is a lovely view of town from the top, and you can see the main attractions. It is worth the climb to... 更多
Reviewed on Trip advisor as the ‘Swargasuli Tower’ and also known as Isar Laat the tower’s full name is the rather grander Iswari Minar Swarga Sal . At about 35m high it is also the oldest structure in the old quarter of Jaipur and was erected by Iswari, son of Jai Singh who ascended to the throne when 25 years... 更多
While crossing the Tripolia Bazar from Choti Chopad, you will find a Tower on your left hand side about 70 ft high. It is supposed to be one of the land marks in old days even now also. As it was the tallest building in the city hence always remained the Charm of attraction. You can have 360 degree view... 更多
The Swargasuli Tower also known as tower of heaven is situated at the main city and was build by Sawai Ishwari Singh as a symbol of his victory.
The Ishwar Lat seems to be Jaipur's least loved tourist attraction. It's a 60ft high (7 stories) tower built by a Maharaja to celebrate the defeat of his brother in battle. The site is a little difficult to find, you have to walk down a road lined by building suppliers - you can't imagine you're going the right way when... 更多
Jaipur is a first planned city in India. Isarlat (Victory Piller) gives us a great opportunity to have a beautiful bird angel to look at pink city. First time i understand the beauty of grid pattern in Pink city. Victory piller known as Sargasuli. Sky penetrating victory tower it mean. It is in middle of the pink city Near tripoliya... 更多
Swargasuli tower was built in memory of war victory. it is the tallest tower in jaipur and it offers you beautiful view of city. chargers to visit tower is INR 50 and be ready to climb 6 floors.
This a tall tower in the heart of the city. There are no stairs, you have to climb up a steep paved pathway. As such, only fit people should try this. The reward for all that effort is a lovely view of the city.
This is worth going up for the views, but be aware there aren't steps inside, but a kind of tiered slope which gets a bit slippy at the top, so only for those who are brave and fit! When we went we were the only ones there, even though there are nice views from the top. The approach is a... 更多