Bikaner has its own structural elegance. The mansions and WATS in this wasteland area keep your heart with their grand structure and the elegance.The town is very popular for its candies and treats or we say Bikaneri namkeens. Bikaner is in the center of the Thar Wasteland and in summertime the heat range even surpasses 50 levels and in winter seasons it goes down to the cold factors. There is a very little rainfall drop as it drops in desert place.
Gajner Palace- Gajner Palace was built by King Ganga Singh using red sandstones, a famous tourist spot situated on the banks of a lake inside a forest in Gajner near Bikaner. During those days thsi palace served as a hunting and retreating lodge for the kings of Bikaner.
Junagarh Fort - The fort is surrounded by a moat, and houses several beautiful palaces like Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas, Rang Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Phool Mahal, Karan Mahal, and Sheesh Mahal.
Lallgarh Palace - The splendid lattice and filigree work in sandstone is the prime attraction of the palace. Sir Swinton Jacob designed the building’s framework by excellently collaborating Rajput, Mughal and European styles of architecture on one platform.
Sadul Singh Museum- Sadul Singh Museum, well known as Shri Sadul Museum is a famous tourist attraction. This is an art museum dedicated to the successful kings of Bikaner including the kings Ganga Singh, Sadul Singh and Karni Singh. It exhibits a number of old photographs, hunting trophies, Georgian paintings, and artefacts.
Bhandaser Jain Temple - The mesmerising mirror work, frescoes and gold leaf paintings on the walls of the temple atrracts tourits to this place.. It is believed that pure ghee and coconuts were used in the foundation of the temple.
Camel Breeding Farm - This is one of the biggest camel reproduction farms in Asia and is popularly known as Government Camel Breeding Farm.