Top 5 Places to visit in Kota

Kota is the 25th largest district in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. The city of Kota is located along the eastern bank of the Chambal River in the southern part of Rajasthan. Kota is famous for its coaching institutes for engineering and medical entrance exams. It also called “Education City of India”.

The town of Kota was once the part of the erstwhile Rajput kingdom of Bundi. It became a separate princely state in the 17th century. The rich cultural heritage of the city is reflected through its magnificent architectural wonders like the beautiful temples and palaces.

Kota is mostly preferred by travellers. The best season or months to visit tourist places in Kota are February, March, September, October, November and December. There are many tourist places in Kota, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers.

There are 5 tourist places in kota, which are great places to visit:


It is a good place in Kota for outing with the friends or family. A visit to this park will give you the glance of Seven Wonders of World at one place. Located at Kishore Sagar Lake, this garden attracts all the tourists year around. The best time to visit this garden is after sunset when the place is all lighten up and the floating fountains add more beauty to the ‘Lake’. You can click awesome photographs there in evening light.

Umed Bhawan Palace being a heritage boutique hotel is one of the remarkable places in the city. As soon as you enter the palace you feel like a royal guest. Replete with Victorian décor in perfect proportion to the traditional Rajasthan furnishings. Guests enjoy royal comfort with good services provided to them during the stay here. Umed Bhawan Palace has a multi-cuisine restaurant that offers various types of Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes. One of the major characteristic feature of the Rajput palace is the presence of a large number of rooms. Umed Bhawan Palace is a great place to stay and travel around the city.


It is located in an island of lake Pichola and is also known as the “Lake Garden Palace”. Kota Jagmandir Palace is a three storied structure which consists of different mahals and at the entry to the palace there are four statues of elephants. The three storied palace is made of yellow sandstone and marbles, which gives it a golden look and at times the visitors think that it is made up of gold. As the Jagmandir Palace Kota is made up of different mahals, each mahal has some striking features which are a major tourist attraction


Its ganesh temple situated in the south part of the city. This temple is famous for one reason because this is the only sort of temple where GANESH is standing is nowhere else in India. You can also visit Rangbadi Balaji temple on the way.


It is located at the bank of river Chambal, the Chambal Garden is one of the most beautiful tourist place in kota. Visitors can enjoy peace in the lap of greenery. The major attraction of the Chambal Garden in Kota is the wonderful pond situated just in the middle of the greenery.