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Majestic Indian palace floats on a lake, lets you drift all you like

Built in 1746 as a residence for Mewar dynasty royals, the rather majestic white-marble Jag Nivas Lake Palace (and now Taj Lake Palace) in Udaipur, India, is a floating 4-acre island that drifts on the peaceful waters of Lake Pichola as a converted luxury hotel with 17 suites and 66 rooms. Hell, it even comes with its own safaris, swimming pools and spa boat. We want to be there.

Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace
Floating  Indian palace

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Low Lai Chow travels light and is working on exercising demons from her past. Find out more about her at lowlaichow.com.