The Seven Wonders Of The World Includes Indian Famous, Marvelous And Soul Soothing Masterpiece Work By Shah Jahan 'The Taj Mahal'. In Order To Enjoy Its Beauty, You May Follow Some Tips For Visiting It. These Tips Can Help You To Make Your Visit A Little More Bearable As It Can Be Chaotic And Crowded In Some Seasons And Specially O The Full Moon Light Occasions.
Taj Mahal

Tips for Visiting Tajmahal

1. As Such There Is No Dress Code For Visiting Taj Mahal. However We Suggest To Wear Light And Soothing Clothes Specially For Summers As The Temperature At Agra Remains High All Over The Season And For Winters It Is Recommended To Wear Proper Woolen Clothes.
2. Arranging A Guide Can Help You Know The Specific Details Not Only In Visiting The Site But Also About The Best Lodging Details With Better And Joyful Atmosphere.
3. Due To Higher Effect Of The Pollution The Visibility Of Taj Mahal Is Effected. It Is Not Recommended To Visit In Winter Season As It May Effect The Visibility Due To Fog. The Best Time Is To Visit Early In The Morning In The Spring Season. Try To Go Between Monday To Thursday When Crowd Is Less.
4. Sunrise And Sunset Is The Best Time To Visit Taj Mahal To Enjoy The Beauty To The Utmost.
5. It Is Opened Daily For Visitors From Sunrise To Sun Sunset. It Is Closed On Friday So Plan Your Trip Accordingly. Two Days Before And Two Days After The Full Moon Night The Timing Are From 8:30 Pm To 12:30 Am For Night Visiting.
6. In Full Moon Nights Only 50 Visitors Are Allowed To In One Slot. It Is The Most Eye Catching Site Which Soothens Your Soul.
7. Things Not Allowed Inside Taj Mahal Are Eatable And If You Think That You Can Sneak In Your Tripod For Those Long Exposure Thoughts You Will Be Disappointed, Tripods Are Not Allowed Although Lockers Are Available.
8. Best Site For Photography Is Across The River Yamuna.

Other Sites To Visit Near Tajmahal

Taj Mahal Has Many Sight Seeing Views And Other Monuments Along With It Like
· Agra Fort- One Of The Famous Tourist Place Near Taj Mahal. It Is Build Of Red Bricks And So Called Red Fort.
· Akbar's Tomb At Sikandra
· Itmad-Ud-Daula Tomb
· Fatehpur Sikri
· Mankameshwar Temple
· Swami Bagh, Etc.


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