By train the journey from Coimbatore to Jaipur is scheduled to take around 45 hours. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 2,678 km.
Train Times to Jaipur
There is a single direct train service from Coimbatore to Jaipur departing from Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station (CBE) and terminating at Jaipur Junction (JP).
|Train||Coimbatore (CBE)||Jaipur (JP)||Operating Days|
|12969||09:20||06:15 + 1 day||F|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Coimbatore to Jaipur is the Coimbatore – Jaipur SF Express (PT) (Train #12969) departing at 09:20 every Friday and arriving in Jaipur at 06:15 on Sunday morning.
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Location of Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station
Coimbatore Main Junction Railway Station is 5.0 km by road from Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple.
Location of Jaipur Junction
Jaipur Junction is 4.8 km by road from the Hawa Mahal.
About Travel to Jaipur
Jaipur is the largest city in the desert state of Rajasthan, and probably the most interesting of the cities in the region to visit. Jaipur has a number of top class tourist attractions most of which date back to the period when the region was under the control of the Mughal Empire. Mughal architecture is as distinctive as it is beautiful. The Mughal architecture of Rajasthan is different to the famous white marble buildings of Agra and Delhi in its use of red coloured sandstone. There are several forts and palaces in Jaipur worth visiting including the Amer Fort, the Jal Mahal, the Nahargarh Fort, and the Jantar Mantar, which is a fascinating 18th Century observatory. The most famous and beautiful building, however, is the Hawa Mahal or Place of the Winds. This ornate and intricate building features lots of small windows which both promoted the circulation of air and a provided discrete vantage point for the ladies of the royal court who were by tradition kept hidden from public view.
A newer addition to Jaipur’s attractions is the Albert Hall Museum. The Albert Hall Museum was completed in 1887 during the time of British rule. The building itself is British designed in the Indo-Sarancenic architectural style that was used widely across the Asian portion of the British Empire for public buildings. The Albert Hall Museum is still in operation with a fantastic collection of artefacts from Rajasthan, all as other parts of India and Asia. There are 15 galleries with permanent displays and a 16th gallery with temporary exhibitions.