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A two-stop flight from Beijing (PEK) to Jaipur (JAI) covers a distance of 3,994 km, roughly taking between 11 to 13 hours of airtime and between 9 to 18 hours of layover time, depending on the connection you opt for. Beijing is 2 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Jaipur. The time zone for Beijing is GMT +8 and for Jaipur, it’s +5.30.
Beijing is the world’s most populous capital city with a population of 21.7 million (as of 2018). It is served by two airports: Beijing Capital International Airport (the world’s 2nd busiest airport) and the shiny new Beijing Daxing International Airport, which opened in September 2019. Most flights still operate out of BCIA (IATA airport code: PEK) and it can be chaotic at times, so it is best to be well-prepared and arrive early for your flight.
Jaipur — fondly referred to as the Pink City of India — is served by the Jaipur International Airport (IATA airport code: JAI). It is located in the suburb of Sanganer, which is roughly 13 km from the city centre. It is the largest airport in the Indian state of Rajasthan and serves as the primary hub for all domestic and international visitors to the state. Arriving passengers can make use of various facilities such as car rental, hotel and tour reservations, luggage storage and more.
Jaipur and the state of Rajasthan are among the most ‘royal’ places in India, known all over the world for its stately places, breathtaking fortresses, unique handicrafts and exquisite cuisine. It has many attractions and sights that would leave you awestruck including Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Breeze), Jal Mahal (the Water Palace located amidst the Man Sagar lake), Amber Fort (located in the town of Amber near Jaipur) and Jantar Mantar (an equinoctial sundial). It would be easy to get around the city using a mix of privately hired vehicles and/or the ubiquitous auto-rickshaws that can be found all over India. The languages spoken in Jaipur include Marwari, Hindi and English. The city’s food is as interesting as its sights and includes a lot of preserved options that are typical for an arid region. Accommodation in Jaipur would range from cheap hostels to palaces that have been converted into tourist accommodations!
The currency code for the Indian Rupee is INR with the symbol ₹. Banknotes come in denominations of ₹5, ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹200, ₹500, and ₹2,000, whereas the coins are available in ₹1, ₹2, ₹5, and ₹10. The average exchange rate is 1 RMB to 10.70 INR. Currency exchanges are easily available at the airport and at local banks; credit cards are widely accepted too.