Ambrai Ghat Overview

Ambrai Ghat, also known as Hanuman Ghat, is one of the main ghats in the Old City of Udaipur. It is a very popular tourist attraction located on the waterfront of Lake Pichola. The ghat is famous for its serene views of the lake as well as the City Palace and surrounding hills. 

It resides opposite the Gangaur Ghat and encompasses many famous hotels of Udaipur like the Ambrai Restaurant. The place is always bustling with locals as well as tourists. It is the starting point of the Old City of Udaipur. The ghat is named after Ambrai Mata Temple which is located near the ghat. It is a great place to soak in the vibe of the city along with activities like boating, shopping, and watching the sunset. It is also the ideal place to enjoy street food and shop for souvenirs from local handicraft shops. For those looking to explore these attractions, various Udaipur packages offer convenient ways to experience the city


• Immerse in the vibes of old city charm at the Ambrai Ghat in Udaipur during the sunset hours. 
• Enjoy the stunning views of Lake Pichola from Ambrai Ghat and mesmerising views of the City Palace of Udaipur.
• Try local street food, such as delicious Lassi, Samosa, and Chaat, from the vendors who set up their stalls near the ghat.
• Visit nearby temples like Ambrai Mata Temple and Jagdish Temple, near the ghat.
• Go on a shopping spree with local shops and get some unique souvenirs and handicrafts of Rajasthan

How To Reach

Ambrai Ghat in Udaipur is located on the waterfront of Lake Pichola. It is 3.5 km from the city centre of Udaipur. It is an easily accessible attraction for all visitors.

1 By Car: Ambrai Ghat is located at Lake Pichola which is 3.5 km from the city centre. Take a drive via Pannadhay Marg up to the ghat and reach in 10 to 15 minutes.

2 By Taxi/Rickshaw: Book a taxi or take a rickshaw from the city centre to reach Ambrai Ghat in 15 to 20 minutes. While a taxi is a comfortable option, a rickshaw can feel more local and affordable.}

3 By Foot: If you are near the old city of Udaipur, then you can reach Ambrai Ghat by walking through the alleys. Ambrai Ghat is 1.3 km from the old city of Udaipur and an 18-minute walk from the old city. 

Best Time To Visit

Ambrai Ghat is open 24 hours every day. It is a popular spot for both locals and tourists and has an entry fee of INR 20. 

1 Best Season to Visit: Udaipur city is exceptionally beautiful in winter, so the best time to visit Ambrai Ghat is in the winter season, from October to March. The weather is pleasant for boat riding and walking around. During this time the lakeside will be breezy, a little chill, and truly magical. 

2 Best Day of the Week: Ambrai Ghat is a popular place and is almost always bustling with crowds. Pick any day as per your convenience to visit Ambrai Ghat and enjoy the cultural and vibrant scenes of the place.

3 Best Time of the Day: The ideal time to visit Ambrai Ghat is early morning or evening to witness the breathtaking view of sunrise and sunset against the beautiful City Palace and Lake Pichola. 

Other Essential Information

Carry your camera to capture the sunrise or sunset moments in your lens.

Wear comfortable clothing and footwear.

Be cautious of slipping on the edges, as they can be slippery due to water.

Do not litter and be respectful of the local customs, as it is also a religious place for the locals

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05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
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05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Normal Timings:
05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Normal Timings:
05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Normal Timings:
05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Normal Timings:
05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Normal Timings:
05:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Point of Interest for Ambrai Ghat
Go Boating

Go Boating

Take a boat ride after a stroll at the ghat. Enjoy the beauty of Lake Pichola and admire the beauty of Ambrai Ghat, City Palace, and other landmarks from the boat. You can also opt for an evening cruise to enjoy the sunset and the city lights from the lake.

Visit Temples at the Ghat

Visit Temples at the Ghat

Visit the beautiful temples located at the Ambrai Ghat, Ambrai Mata Temple and Jagdish Temple. Offer your prayers at the temples and admire their beautiful architecture. Interestingly, Ambrai Ghat is named after the Ambrai Mata Temple, and the locals believe that the Goddess is the protector of the lake. Enjoy a spiritual time and soak in the cultural significance of the place.

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