India 2020: Agra 3-Day Travel Guide + I Got Engaged!

Hello again! I already shared with you our complete New Delhi travel guide, now it's time to move on to the 3rd part of our super fun India adventure, the beautiful and breathtaking city of AGRA! This is the most memorable for me (aside from my bestfriend's wedding) because this is when a new chapter of my life began-- yes, this is where Nico I got engaged! I absolutely had no idea it would happen, but I'll save that story for later hehe. So without further ado, join me as we explore Agra through my photos and stories!

From our Delhi hotel, we were picked up by our driver Vikram from Indian Holiday Tour Agency at around 9 a.m. Travel time from Delhi to Agra took 4 hours with a quick stopover in between. It was a smooth ride and I just slept almost the whole time. Hehe. 

We stopped here for a quick breakfast and hot chai tea break. I ordered omelette and bread for breakfast and paid around 250 INR pang break-in lang from all the Indian food we ate hihi. Nico ordered breakfast thali set pa din haha. Since it was freezing, I bought a small cup of hot chai tea from a kiosk outside for only 35 INR. Solved!

Mura ng tea!


 After less than 4 hours, we finally arrived in India's city of love-- AGRA! This magical and historical city houses the most famous love monument, one of the Seven Wonders of the World  (until 2019) and a UNESCO heritage site --TAJ MAHAL! Grabeeee, until now I still couldn't believe I was able to visit and experience one of my ultimate bucket lists. Even after 6 months, super surreal pa din. More on our Taj Mahal tour later! First let me share with you what we did on our first day in the city. 

Check-in time! 

For our 2-day stay in Agra, I booked a private room with ensuite bathroom at ZIGZAG Hostel. Chose this accommodation because of its location and proximity to Taj Mahal's east gate entrance (just a 3-5 minute walk), plus their budget friendly room rates! It's located along Taj's East Gate road. Super easy to find!

Outside our hostel gate

This is our very spacious private room! We paid 2,000 INR or P1,400 for 2 nights. Mura na db?!

Best bathroom na compared to other hostels/hotels we stayed in

After checking-in, we just fixed our things and then went out again to grab some quick bite before our secret sunset tour. Our kind hostel owners John & Moses recommended a nice local restaurant where we can get a discount just by staying at their hostel! :) They also recommended buying Taj Mahal tickets online the day before our tour to save time. Super convenient nga naman! Bought our e-tickets from http://asi.payumoney.com  and then just showed our QR code the next morning. No need to fall in line na to buy tickets! Ticket price is 1,250 INR each or P800 each. We chose the 6:30 - 8:30 am time slot. Yes, good for 3 hours lang sha and you need to pay extra if yo  exceed your ticket's indicated time. 

Purchased our Taj Mahal tickets online! Paid using my PAYMAYA debit card. So convenient!

There's an ATM machine near our hostel! Yey.

Walked for about 7 minutes and reached Good Vibes Cafe, Agra!

Super chill

Love the ambiance! Service was a bit slow but it was okay. We ordered Chicken Biryani and Kofta balls for 200 INR each.

Cows are sacred in India and you'd find them everywhere 

OOTD muna while waiting for our 5pm sunset tour! 

Come 5pm, our host Moses and other hostel guests headed to this bike shop across the street to get our rented bicycles for our sunset tour!


But first, group pic muna! :)

We only had a few hours to explore on our first day in Agra (we arrived at around 2pm) so I looked for a tour or activity we could do or participate in para sulit our day. Luckily, I read many good reviews about Zigzag's secret sunset tour so I inquired and booked 2 slots! So glad I did because something magical happened during the tour --- Nico and I got engaged! Waaah.

Moses our amazing guide and hostel owner

We biked for about 15 minutes, went off road, parked our bikes outside a huge gated compound and went inside. Tourists are not allowed in this area, luckily our guide Moses has access to this area! 

Walked uphill for about a minute to reach the secret sunset spot 

A young teenage girl studying ;)

This is the spot! So beautiful!

Sarap mag emote dito mejo may basura nga lang sa baba pero keri na din haha. 

Free ice cold beer for everyone! Avail! One of the highlights of our trip. 

Okay speaking of highlights, this sunset tour topped every epic moment during this trip because this is when your Koya Nico proposed to me with the majestic Taj Mahal and beautiful golden sunset as our background huhu!!! Ang gandaaa. It was totally unexpected (even if a lot of people messaged me saying they knew it was gonna happen and obvious na daw and I was like whuttt paano?! hahaha) because I've been telling him that I'm not in a rush and okay lang if forever partners lang kami because mahal magpa-annul or divorce hahaha! Advanced ako mag-isip guys okay? Lolerz.  Anyway, narration below...

Here's our engagement story!!!

So after taking photos with our tour group sa main viewing platform and taking a few solo & couple turista shots, Nico asked me to check out another area downstairs na kami lang daw tao and offered to take my OOTD photos. He got me at OOTD (kasi minsan lang yan mag offer) so sama naman ang Lola niyo agad. Marupok haha! It was just one level down and we were the only people there so I immediately looked for a nice spot to take photos. I saw him put down his camera para mag time lapse daw so dedma lang ako. I remember taking a few shots of Taj and even told him na ma-glare and against the light so I asked him to check it out. Paglingon ko he looked super serious & uneasy (so naisip ko, ay baka najejebs haha) and then he took out the ring and started kneeling!!! I was like, "What the F is happening???". If you've seen the video I shared sa Instagram Stories (it's still under my IG highlight "Love"), you saw my reaction naman siguro and dahil ako to, instead of crying, I was laughing the whole time.  Si Nico talaga yung umiyak haha! Hindi kasi ako makapaniwala, I thought he was joking and I was really caught by surprise because we are really not the type of couple who talks about marriage or weddings ganyan. Sabi nga ni mumshie Tracy, super chill lang kami lagi. Kaya sa video I kept asking him "Whyyyyy???" na parang ayoko mag yes ano? Hahaha. There were no dramatic speeches, he just told me how he planned this for months (some of our friends and family were aware na pala) and how he even thought of doing it in Japan (hello July last year pa un haha) pero mas effect daw pag India. Good choice bebu! Earlier that day, he suggested to do the Taj Mahal boat tour but I shut him down coz it's pricey for 2,000 INR each and kulang na sa time. May balak naman pala kasi! Sana pinilit niya ako ano? Haha! Pero mahahalata ko daw kaya sige na nga.... Ganito sana yun!

Photo grabbed from @theluxurycollection & @taramilktea

Anyway, after about 10 minutes of asking why na may pangaasar and konting mura na kasama (sorry na haha), I said YES! The grainy photo I shared was take two na 'coz the original photo and video was putol, paa lang kita haha! Kinabahan daw kasi sha so hindi nia na set-up the camera ng maayos. We even talked about repeating it sa loob ng Taj Mahal mismo para better photos and lighting but I thought hindi na authentic and that particular moment was already perfect given all the elements -- it was just the two of us (ayoko ng may audience talaga), the sunset (our favorite) and of course Taj Mahal. Such a magical moment I won't ever forget (except pag naghiwalay pa kami charot haha). 

To a hundred more sunsets with you. :)

Afterwards, we rejoined the group and wala silang kaide-idea about what happened sa baba. Haha! I love it. We left before it got dark (6:30 to 7pm ang sunset sa India) and stopped at a local eatery along the way for some free biscuits and hot chai tea. If you're in Agra, I highly recommend this unique tour! 

Congrats sa mokong na to for pulling it off! We kept it a secret muna and only told our family and my cousins in Cubao.

Ate dinner at this resto near our hostel. Nico ordered a thali set again and I ordered tomato cheese pasta.

Our hostel had another scheduled tour that night (food tour) but we decided not to join na because we wanted to rest early for our 6am Taj Mahal tour the next day. We had a nice chat with Moses and John though, as well as other hostel guests! I always love listening to other people's stories, learning about them and their experiences and sharing mine too. Anyway, restaurants and shops close early, so we just ate dinner sa resto near our hostel. Nico ordered another thali set and I ordered tomato cheese pasta coz I was craving for Italian food.  Fail though! Excited pako to eat but the pasta was too spicy and lasang Indian pa din. Umasa talaga ako eh huehue. Umuwi akong luhaan but that's okay, tinulog ko nalang. Lol. 

Foggy and super cold morning!!! Ang Koya Nico ay naka lightweight jacket dahil hindi nakinig sakin na magdala ng winter jacket kaya ayun nginig to the max sha. 

We got our passes here which only took a few minutes because we already have our e-tickets!

6 am line outside Taj Mahal's East Gate

Andaming monkeys! Kasama na yung nakatayo. Hihi. 

The mausoleum grounds is huge! From the main entrance we walked for 1 kilometer pa ata to reach the main east gate.

When you enter the east gate you'd finally see the Taj Mahal! It was still foggy when we arrived and parang libo na ung tao inside so taking a nice photo became a huge challenge. Haha.

Db andaming tao hehe! So para paraan talaga magpicture. It was still a bit dark and foggy when we arrived so we waited for the sun to rise and we waited for the crowd to lessen. 

Before proceeding with our tour, we asked our guide if we could stop for a while so we could take a few photos for our engagement post. What better way to immortalize this new chapter in our love story than to take photos with the monument of love as our background db?! Ang perfect lang huhu. So, so thankful that we were able to embark on this life-changing journey. 

Buti nalang may tira pang henna from my friend's wedding para mejo may effect sa photo haha!

Super luwag ng ring! Haha. Mejo dito nagfail si Koya mo Nico. Para sakin ba talaga to? Cheret! Haha

Brief History: This exquisite and breathtaking ivory white marble monument was constructed in 1632 (completed in 1648) by then Mughal Emperor King Shah Jahan as a tribute to his greatest love, his wife Mumtaz Mahal. As a muslim he was allowed to marry many wives but it was Mumtaz Mahal whom he cherished and really loved deeply. They said that after her death, he spent the rest of his days longing for her and when he was locked up at Agra Fort (by his own son), he would stare at this architectural wonder everyday wishing to be reunited with her. His wish finally came true after his death when he was buried alongside his beloved wife inside the historical mausoleum. What a beautiful yet tragic love story. 

I only see this place in history books or documentaries, couldn't believe I was there! Nahawakan ko ang historical marble mga bes. Huhu nakakaiyak 

 So beautiful! Grabe the details. If you look closely you will see Hindu and Muslim elements because King Shah Jahan's Mother is Hindu and his Father King Jahingir is a Muslim. 

Bawal magpic inside so sa labas nalang umawra! You have to take off your shoes inside the mosque & mausoleum grounds. 

Inside the red sandstone mosque beside Taj Mahal. Ganda this view!

Grabe the design and architecture ang ganda noh?

Photo and concept by our Indian Holiday guide! Cute hehe.

Share ko lng, inside the mausoleum you'd see the tomb of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal but replica nalang yun. Their real tomb is underneath, fully secured. Hehe. Photos and videos are not allowed inside so no documentation sowee. 

Took a photo at this famous photo spot on our way out. Sa wakas naka pic ng walang taong katabi! Pero mabilisan lang yan mga wala pang 30 secs coz super crowded nga and madaming nakaabang.

Another photo spot

Cute spot on our way out

We left Taj Mahal at around 9 am and ate breakfast muna before going back to the hostel. At the hostel, we changed changed clothes muna and headed out again for the rest of our Agra tour! Our next stop? Tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah!

The tomb was built between 1622 and 1628 by Nur Jahan, wife of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, for her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg, wh owas given the title I'timad-Ud-Daulah or Pillar of the Empire, and his wife Asmat Begum.

Entrance fee was 260 INR each for foreigners but if you pay using your card, may discount! 

Main entrance

Often described as a "jewel box" and sometimes called the "Bachcha Taj", the tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal. It represents a transition between the first phase of monumental Mughal architecture (red sandstone with marble decorations) to its second phase (white marble and pietra dura inlay). The tomb is one of the firsts, if not the first, to use the pietra dura technique or floral design made of semiprecious stones. So pretty!!! 

Located on the eastern bank of the Yamuna River, the mausoleum is set in a large cruciform garden criss-crossed by water courses and walkways. The mausoleum itself covers about twenty-three meters square, and is built on a base about fifty meters square and about one meter high. On each corner are hexagonal towers, about thirteen meters tall. 

Shoes not allowed inside. Bought my outfit from Delhi for only 150 rupees. May pink vest pa to pero inalis ko hehe.

The walls are made up from white marble from Rajasthan encrusted with semi-precious stone decorations: cornelian, jasper, lapis lazuli, onyx, and topaz formed into images of cypress trees and wine bottles, or more elaborate decorations like cut fruit or vases containing bouquets. Light penetrates to the interior through delicate jali screens of intricately carved white marble. The interior decoration is considered by many to have inspired that of the Taj Mahal, which was built by her stepson, Mughal ruler Shah Jahan. 

Beautiful design and architecture!

Many of Nūr Jahān's relatives are interred in the mausoleum. The only asymmetrical element of the entire complex is that the cenotaphs of her father and mother have been set side-by-side, a formation replicated in the Taj Mahal.

Nur Jahan's relatives were also buried here

Amazing details

Our guide telling us the history of this place

The tomb, situated on the eastern bank of the river Jamuna, is planned in the centre of a Char-Bagh (four-quartered garden), with the usual enclosing walls and side buildings. As conditioned by its situation, the main gate is on the eastern side. Ornamental gateways with prominent lawns are built in the middle of north and south sides. A multi-storeyed open pleasure pavilion is there on the western side, overlooking the river impressively. These buildings are of red sandstone with bold inlaid designs in white marble.

The Tomb of I'timad-Ud-Daulah is a masterpiece of the domeless class of Mughal tombs. It is the first building finished in white marble and marks the transitional phase from red stone to white marble, from Akbar's tomb Sikandra to the Taj Mahal. It reflects the personality of the polished Iranian who lies buried here, and, more than that, the formal and ornamental character of its builder Nur Jehan who ruled the Mughal Empire from behind the curtain for 16 years (1611–27).

Our next stop on this tour is AGRA FORT! This red sandstone complex also known as "The Walled City" was built by the Great King Akbar in 1573 and was known to be the main residence of the Mughal emperors and their families. In 1638, the capital of the Mughal dynasty was moved from Agra to Delhi, causing the Agra Fort to lose its status as the imperial city. The last Indian rulers to have occupied it were the Marathas. It took more than 4000 workers and eight years of hardship to complete the fort. The fort is separated from its sister monument Taj Mahal by just 2.5 kilometers. This historical fortress was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.  

Entrance fee was 550 INR each and I paid using my Paymaya card para may discount!

Walls that are 20 meters high

After the First Battle of Panipat in 1526, the founder of the Mughal empire King Babur stayed in the fort, in the palace of Ibrahim Lodi whom he defeated. He modified the fort and built a baoli (step well) in it. His successor, King Humayun, was crowned in the fort in 1530. He was then defeated at Bilgram in 1540 by Sher Shah Suri and the fort remained with the Suris till 1555 until Humayun recaptured it. But Adil Shah Suri's general, Hemu, recaptured Agra in 1556 and pursued its fleeing governor to Delhi where he met the Mughals in the Battle of Tughlaqabad. Realizing the importance of its central situation, Akbar made it his capital and arrived in Agra in 1558. His historian, Abul Fazl, recorded that this was a brick fort known as 'Badalgarh'. It was in ruins so Akbar rebuilt it with red sandstone from Barauli area Dhaulpur district, in Rajasthan. 

So to summarize the fort occupation: Babur, Humayun, Sher Shah Suri, Humayun, Sher Shah Suri again and then Akbar! Hehe. 

During the reign of Shah Jahan, the fort was modified considerably and took the current form. Shah Jahan destroyed some of the edifices within the fort and rebuilt it as per his own architectural taste. During the early 17th century, the fort was captured by the Maratha Empire.During this period, the fort saw many owners including various Maratha emperors and their enemies which included a host of Mughal emperors. In 1761, the Marathas underwent a massive defeat at the hands of Ahmad Shah Durrani, founder of the Durrani Empire. The emperors of the Durrani dynasty made the fort their home until 1785. In 1785, the fort was regained by the Marathas under the reign of Mahadji Shinde. The Marathas then lost their battle against the British in the Second Anglo-Maratha War and with it the fort. The British then enjoyed the comfort of the fort until it was handed over to the government of India in 1947.

Andaming squirrels inside the fort!

Inside the Shahjahani Mahal. Ginagawa sha so mega alikabok hehe.

The fort, when viewed from above, has a semicircular shape. The Agra Fort is enclosed by a double battlemented massive wall of red sandstone that is about 2 kilometer in perimeter and is interrupted by graceful curves and lofty bastions. The walls of the fort are a massive seventy feet high. The fort stretches for almost 2.5 kilometers. It has four gates (one on each side). Out of the four gates, the Delhi gate and Lahore gate are the most prominent ones. The Lahore gate was later renamed as Amar Singh Gate. Akbar used the Delhi gate as his main entrance and the gate also served as a security against the invaders. There is also an inner gateway known as the Elephant Gate. The entrances were built in such a manner that the invaders found it difficult to enter the fort even with the help of war elephants. The Indian army still uses the Delhi gate for security purposes. 

One of the dining halls!

Among the palaces inside the fort, the prominent ones are Macchi Bhavan, Khas Mahal and Shah Jahani Mahal. The Amar Singh gate leads to the courtyard. The magnificent Diwan-I-Am (Hall of Public Audience) is on the right hand side. A little further lay the royal pavilions, which houses the famous Nagina Masjid and Mina Masjid. The fort also has royal baths made out of marbles, which were used by the princesses. Also, places of worship and a private market place for the ladies were built within the fort. At the base of the fort, a secret passage was dug in an attempt to access it with ease, during times of emergency. Other attractions of the fort include a grape garden, a jasmine tower, a mirror palace (Shish Mahal), courtrooms and the ruins of Akbar’s once magnificent palace. It is said that the fort once housed five hundred beautiful looking buildings. Unfortunately, many of those buildings were destroyed at different time periods for various reasons.

You can see the Taj Mahal from one of the viewing windows!

Royal siesta area! Imagine na may duyan here and carpets and table with food. 

One of the royal bedrooms! I think ito yung pang day, Dalawa yung bedroom ng King & Queen, one for day and one for night.

This is where King Aurangzeb placed his father Shah Jahan on house arrest from 1658 until his death in 1666.

Unlike his grandfather, Shah Jahan was smitten by the beauty of white marble. Hence, he destroyed many structures within the fort, only to rebuild them using white marble. Shah Jahan was made to spend his final days in the Musamman Burj of the Agra fort, which was built by him, under house arrest by his own son King Aurangzeb.The Musamman Burj is located on the left of the Khaas Mahal. It is a beautiful octagonal tower with an open pavilion. It is said that Shah Jahan used to view the Taj Mahal from this very place.

Diwan-i-Khas or Hall of Private Audiences platform where the King sits when he accepts visitors

Elevated marble sitting area where the King and his guests sit during parties

Another sitting platform for the King! Imagine this area filled with colorful carpets and umbrellas and other decors. 

Royal courtyard

Another receiving area of the King

Private audience hall

Tomb of British governor John Russell Colvin

Diwan-I-Aam complex and reception hall

After spending about 2 hours in Agra Fort (bitin pa actually coz malaki sha) and learning its rich history, our tour that day has come to an end! Again, as I said before, we booked our tours via Indian Holiday. Super useful magbook ng tour guys coz convenient talaga na may private transport in India. You can always DIY but it takes more time and effort. Maybe we'll do it next time! Hehe. Went back to the hostel na afterwards...

After freshening up, went out again to look for someplace to eat.

Love the interiors!

For pre-dinner meryenda, we decided to check out this modern resto called Moon Terrace located near the South Gate of Taj Mahal. Mejo effort umakyat coz it's on the 5th floor of the building but worth it naman! The interiors are nice, modern and cozy. If you want to splurge a little for some good food and superb view, then this is the best place to go to! We ordered pesto pasta for 500 INR and tea for 200 INR. Mejo pricey but worth it naman for the view! Yung view talaga pakay namin. Lol. It also took time for them to serve our pasta so tinake out nalang namin. At least nakapic sa rooftop. Haha. 

Super nice interiors and offers a nice view of the Taj Mahal! They serve Indian, Chinese, Italian & Continental cuisine. Mejo pricey lang for budget travelers like us but pwede na din if you want to splurge a little. 

Super chill rooftop where you can enjoy the beautiful view while dining. A nice respite after a tiring day.

View on the other side

We went out again at around 8:30 pm to eat dinner na talaga. We were in a hurry because as I said, establishments close early. We decided to eat at this food place called Royal's Cafe Corner located along the road near our hostel. We were famished and perfect kasi kami lang tao hehe.

Menu! Shempre samura ulit tayo. Hehe.

This cute and bibo kid took our orders. Super machika and galing mag sales talk hehe. In India, mas ma English yung mga bagets so sila usually inaask namin for help. 

We ordered thali sets for only 100 INR each! Mura na and super busog. 

Woke up early the next day to checkout and head to our next stop-- JAIPUR! 

On our way to Jaipur, we also stopped at FATEHPUR SIKRI or "City of Victory", a red sandstone city located 37 kms from Agra. Built by the Mughal Emperor Jalal-ud-din Mohammad Akbar in honor of the great Sufi Saint Sheikh Salim Chisti (a revered Sufi Saint/Sheikh who predicted his son Jahangir's birth), this town was once the extravagant capital of the Mughal Empire in the 16th century after he relocated from Agra Fort in 1571. He lived in this walled city & lavish palace complex with his wives and son until 1601 after which the city was forever abandoned due to a war in Punjab and also lack of an adequate water supply. But according to some, it was abandoned when the Saint/Sheikh died and when the King lost interest since it was built on a whim. 

We got off sa isang parking lot, walked to another parking lot where we had to ride a mini-bus going to Fatehpur Sikri for 20 rupees each. 

Entrance fee is also 550 INR per person

Diwan-I-Am or the Hall Of Public Audience. This hall was also used for celebrations and public prayers.

The city was named after the village of Sikri which occupied the spot before and the Buland Darwaza gate that was built in honor of Akbar's victory in Gujarat, hence it was called Fatehpur Sikri or "The City of Victory".  The city's architecture reflects Hindu, Muslim and Christian elements showing Akbar's tolerant views on religion and as tribute to his wives. It was said that he encouraged his wives to respect each other despite their different beliefs. 


Water reservoir where they store rain water.

Watch tower

Diwan-khana-I-khaas or Hall Of Private Audience used by the King's ministers

Daulat khana-I-khas or the King's private chamber

One of his wives rooms. The wall was adorned with jewels and porcelain before.

Pond ata to or pool hehe

Food storage area

Dining hall

The King's room! Sa taas yung bed nia.

Library daw to before

Painting of the Hindu God Vishnu inside his wife's room

Garden where weekend markets were held. Vendors would come here to sell jewels and other things to his wives.

His wives' bathing pool

Servant's chamber

Hindu temple for his Hindu wife

There was also a small church or room inside the palace grounds designed with crosses. 

We were not able to go there but that is the Buland Darwaza-- main entrance of Fatehpur Sikri and known to be India's (and the world's) tallest and grandest gateway.

That's it! We then went on a lunch break at an Indian restaurant and continued our journey to India's Pink City, Jaipur. So ayun guys, Jaipur blog naman next sana sipagin ako hahaha. I hope maging helpful this travel guide for your future India trip. I also want to thank everyone who expressed their support, love and warm wishes on our engagement. We love you all! Stay safe and healthy always ha. :) Thanks for reading!

BUDGET per person in PHP:

Airfare = P21,627 or P16,695
Airport tax = P1,620
Indian Visa = $25 or P1,285
Indian Holiday Tour = $400 or P20,514/2 = P10,257
Travel Insurance = P1,295
Accommodations = P4,926
TOTAL = Php 36, 078

Delhi 1st Day
OLA to hostel = P340
Food and drinks = P350 / 2 = P175
TOTAL = Php 515

Delhi Days 2-4 in Rupees (per person)
Jama Masjid camera fee - 300
Nagoyo ng kuya tip for photo - 100
Humayun's Tomb entrance - 600
Lunch at UPSC Food Lane (including food of our guide)- 450/2 = 225
 Tip for Sebastian our guide - 500/2 = 250
Dinner at Sikkam Kitchen - 500/2 = 250
Tuktuk to Agrasen Ki Baoli - 100/2 = 50
OLA to Chandni Chowk - 80/2 = 40
Daulat Ki Chat Wale snack - 50
Chole Kulche snack - 60 
Aslam Chicken Meal - 300/2 = 150
Tuktuk to Connought Place - 120/2 = 60
Fire paan - 30
Coffee shop at Connought - 250/2 = 125
Tuktuk to Main Bazar - 100/2 = 50
Dinner at Drunkyard Cafe - 450 / 2 =225
Biryani food cart - 330 / 2 = 165
Maggi noodles from store - 50/2 = 25
Drunkyard Cafe breakfast on last day = 200
Shopping - 1500
Miscellaneous buys (masks, water, snacks, etc) - 1000/2 = 500
Airport service - 450/2 = 225
TOTAL - Rs. 5,180 or Php 3,441

Agra Days 1-3 in Rupees (per person)
Stopover breakfast - 300 
Taj Mahal ticket - 1250
Good Vibes cafe lunch - 550/2 = 275
Secret Sunset tour - 550
Dinner - 300
Breakfast - 200
I'timad entrance fee - 260
Agra Fort entrance - 550
Moon Terrace meryenda - 350
Dinner - 150
Miscellaneous - 200
Tip for guide - 500/2 = 250
Lunch (sa pricey restaurant recommended by guide hehe)- 400
TOTAL = 5,035 INR or P3,297

*Budget depends on spending habits and food preferences

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