Bikaner is a popular city of Rajasthan known for beautifully decked up camels, far stretched desert sands, grandest forts, vivacious palaces, and heart pleasing cultures. The city is home to intricate examples of architecture and takes you deep into the memory lakes. Junagarh Fort is perhaps the first wonder that travelers taking Bikaner sightseeing by car visit. It was built in 1588 AD by Raja Rai Singh and makes many jaws drop with its grand courtyards, beautiful balconies, complex kiosks, and well-designed windows. The National Research Centre on Camel of the city is one of a kind in Asia. This is camel research and breeding center covering an area of 2000 acres. Lalgarh Palace and Museum let you peep into some unheard stories from the past whereas Rampuria Haveli is known for its massive havelis adorned with jharokhas, entrances, latticed windows, gumaharias, etc. For a kingly experience, a visit to Laxmi Niwas Palace, the residence of the king of Bikaner, is must.