Ambrai Ghat is great for enjoying photography, the location offers numerous vantage points. It offers a 240 degree panoramic view of the city of Udaipur. Ambrai Ghat is also known as Hanuman Ghat. Ambrai ghat is in the list of 'top 20 places to visit in Udaipur'.
Ambrai Ghat is located on the bank of Pichola lake. City palace, the largest palace in Udaipur is in directly opposite of Ambrai Ghat. Ambrai Ghat confronts Lake Palace or Jagniwas, which is luxury hotel featuring white marble walls, located on a natural foundation of 4 acres rock. Especially at sunset, when it is illuminated, it gives an magnificent view.
In the Diwali, the fireworks from city palace, makes the view from Ambrai mesmerizing and one can not easily leave the place.
Ambrai Restaurant provides international cuisine in this perfect environment. The restaurant is part of a heritage hotel and is basically on a corner of the property. The Heritage Hotel is same as Taj Hotel except the space at the back side of the hotel. The ambiance is amazing but mostly in part due to the beautiful lighting of the hotels and palaces on lake pichola. The trees are lined with pretty lanterns and the tables lit with candles.
Get high on romance at the Ambrai Restaurant
During the winters, when the temperature falls down drastically they provide Mashals with red burning charcoals to keep you warm throughout the dinner. Ambrai feels like being in a French garden, with furniture made up of wrought iron and tall shady trees overhead. A fantastic bar is made by Ambrai Restaurant to complement the dining. To make thew atmosphere of the hotel more romantic, a light traditional music is being performed live. Don't feel uncomfortable seeing the couples around. Ambrai Restaurant is one of the finest restaurant in India with such a magnificent view and great food.
To get to there, head to the Hanuman Ghat area and keep walking along the road that runs parallel to Lake Pichola as far as you can, past the Amet Haveli hotel and Ambrai restaurant.
Ambrai Ghat is nearer to Taj Lake Palace, City Palace and is on the banks of Pichola Lake. For getting the magnificent views from Pichola Lake, Jetty or boat ride is provided. The pristine blue waters of the lake leave a soothing impact on the spectator. At the time sun-set, a boat ride in this lake is sufficient to enthrall anyone.
In the praise of Pichola lake and Ambrai Ghat, Rudyard Kipling mentioned in his Letters of Marque (1899), "If the Venetian owned the Pichola Lake, he might say with justice, `see it and die'".
Lastly, the lake side view, the glittering landscape with Lake Palace in the middle, the cool, nerve-soothing breeze combined with soft, soul-stirring live music along with the slowly intoxicating red wine set the mood perfectly and can make it the most memorable experience of a life. It perfectly satisfies the name 'Venice of the east' given to Udaipur.