Being chosen by prestigious magazine Forbes is an achievement for Rajasthan. Udaipur city is recently included in an article by Forbes titled "The 23 best places to travel in 2023," selected by experts. The city has been chosen by travel expert Alyssa Ramos (Founder of My Life’s a Movie and a solo female travel blogger, content creator, entrepreneur and social media influencer). Udaipur was the historic capital of the former kingdom Mewar in the Rajputana Agency and its last capital.
The East side of Lake Pichola is where City Palace, Udaipur, is located, and it has numerous locations built within its complex, mentioned by the expert. The Rajasthani and Mughal architectural traditions were combined to create this magnificent structure, which is thought to be the biggest of its kind in Rajasthan. The expert also praises the ancient mountains, Jag Mandir, Lake Pichola, Lake Palace, and Jagdish Temple.
“In two words, I would describe India as ‘beautiful chaos,’ I put India back on my travel to go list this year after years of it being closed due to pandemic, and after my recent trip, i was even more impressed than ever.” - Alyssa Ramos
For 2023, Rajasthan tops Ramos’s India list. “It has beautiful architecture, palaces, a huge fort, tons of market shopping and, of course, delicious food.” - Ramos
Furthermore, Ramos adores historic hotels like the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur and the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur. “If you want to feel like royalty, you have to stay at one of these properties.” - Alyssa. Also, Jaipur counts in the list. Jaipur’s Villa Palladio, Johri & Sons, Amagarh Leopard Reserve has been praised by the expert.
Many other places are has been selected by travel experts which included in Forbes such as Mallorca, Noto Valley (Sicily), Isle of Skye (Scotland), Nice (France), Interlaken (Switzerland), Formentera (Spain), Paros (Greece), Istanbul (Turkey), Japan, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Ninh Binh (Vietnam), Manizales (Columbia), Grenada, Caribbean Coast (Costa Rica), Edmonton (Alberta), Victoria (British Columbia), Namibia, Oman, Tasmania, Australia.