|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Hājīpur:||S$ 15/night|
|Cheapest price found:||S$ 15/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
Hajipur is an ancient city full of historic landmarks sitting between the Gandak and Ganges rivers. Spend your time admiring temples, exploring Mughal-period artifacts in fascinating museums or strolling through a peaceful botanical garden.
Start your Hajipur holiday with a stroll around the Ramchaura Mandir temple to walk in the footsteps of Lord Shri Ram and admire where his footprints to Janakpur are worshipped. Alternatively, visit Bateshwar Nath Temple, which dates back to the Mughal Empire, making it the oldest in Bihar.
Head to Jalan Museum to browse artifacts and antiques from the Jalan family, including Mughal-period silverware and porcelain that once belonged to Marie Antoinette. The Patna Museum showcases around 20,000 historical and archaeological artifacts, including a 200-million-year-old tree.
Want to see an iconic architectural landmark? Head to nearby Patna to see the famous Golghar building, which was designed to spark marvel and curiosity. The unique domed structure was built in 1786 without the use of pillars to support its 29-meter height. Climb to the top for magnificent views of the Ganges River.
Take a break at Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan, a botanical garden and zoo dating back to 1969. Its green spaces are dotted with over 300 species of trees and colorful orchid and rose gardens. It also houses hippos, tigers and Himalayan bears in its enclosures.
You can reach Hajipur by flying into Jay Prakash Narayan Airport, which is 29 kilometers away, or by taking a long-distance train from New Delhi, Bangalore or Mumbai. When in town, the most convenient modes of transportation are taxis and auto rickshaws.