• Nandika Sahani

WORKCATION AT PINK CITY

Updated: Sep 29, 2021


ALBERT HALL MUSEUM, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN
ALBERT HALL MUSEUM (IMAGE CREDIT: KALYANI CHITRE ON UNSPLASH)


Day 1 of work from home – I’m gonna kill it. Day 2 of work from home – I don’t know what I’m doing here. So it is time to pack your bags and take a workcation. In these times, we all have become dependent on technology and digital media, so why not become a digital nomad and take a vacation where there is work, there is also a vacation!

Jaipur - The Pink City and the capital of the royal state Rajasthan happens to be one of the most preferred spots for a workcation. Being a metropolitan, the city is well-equipped with all the facilities and an environment for working. A common workcation package ranges from 7 days to 30 days. Throughout this, you try to maintain a work-life balance. Where you aim to work better and give sufficient time to yourself, your colleagues, and your family. The advantage of taking a workcation is that it helps you overcome virtual fatigue and stress. It also rejuvenates your soul and pumps you with motivation and enthusiasm


Jaipur happens to be a very colorful and very pink city. The city is blessed with beautiful

architecture, culture, and tradition, which gives you more of a reason to explore this exquisite

spot. You can probably work during the weekdays from your resort and explore the city during

the weekends or can spend half a day working and half a day exploring the joyous city.


Read more about the travel experience at Jaipur in the blog written by Rachel!!


WHERE TO STAY IN JAIPUR?

Where to stay is often the biggest question for people who wish to stay for longer periods, such as when on a workcation. Jaipur is a popular destination for tourists and over the years has developed several options from which one can choose from, that too without burning a hole in a tourist's pocket!


HOMESTAYS

Jaipur has a number of homestays, which offer comfortable rooms, free Wi-Fi connections, included breakfast, and a lot more. The prices of these could be as low as 800 rupees per day. These places happen to be tourist-friendly, with about 1000+ options to choose from, they become a favored destination by many.


GUESTHOUSES

Jaipur has a number of budget-friendly guest houses, including the one built by the government. These guesthouses offer Wi-Fi facilities and comfortable rooms for guests. The prices may start from about 1000 rupees and above per day.


HOTELS AND RESORTS

Jaipur is home to the most luxurious hotels and resorts, with beautiful infrastructure and

world-class facilities. These hotels are comfortable with many indoor activities for tourists such

as swimming pools, activity zones, and much more, making them the first choice for many

tourists. Many such hotels are available at affordable rates, starting from around 2000 rupees

per day, which includes a number of facilities along with a lot more safety.


Read more about Jaipur in the blog written by Sandeepa and Chethan



TAKING HISTORY LESSONS DURING A WORKCATION?

Jaipur, being a heritage city is also home to folktales and stories of kings and queens, wars and victories. So get ready with your cameras and walking shoes (not to forget a mask and a

sanitizer) cause this is going to be a bumpy ride!!!!!!!


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