The fast track ticket is an essential! You still have to queue but much less and it definitely helps make the wait feel a bit more manageable.
However, please do not get the guide! Our guide didn’t show at all and then we were told that the Monument of Taj Mahal doesn’t provide official guides, so everyone that you see is actually a private certified guide from an agency most likely, that will definitely try to get you to buy stuff at a touristy shop afterwards. We lost about an hour of our time in the Taj Mahal due to that as we were rushed out by an incompetent guide...
I enjoyed Taj Mahal very much. Everything was easy and smooth because I already bought entrance ticket from Klook much earlier.
The fee worth for my money because the place was superb, super clean, gorgeous view and I can't say much. I love Taj Mahal very very much.
I will come again for sure when I have time and money.
It was so easy and fast to enter Taj Mahal as they only scan the QR code (I printed my ticket) and provide you with a water bottle and shoe cover.Price was good.We entered at 9am and there was no queue at all at foreign visitor ticket counter ! How lukcy ! 3 hours was enough for us to enjoy ourselves getting all mesmerized by the wonder of the world.This is really worth buying !
Tickets were sent over as a QR code in a PDF document, which can be directly scanned from the phone display at the ticket turnstiles. There is no need to exchange the voucher for physical tickets, or print the QR codes out onto paper. This is classified as a "high-value ticket" and ought to come with free shoe covers for when you enter the Taj Mahal itself - although the environmentally-conscious traveller can always opt to go barefoot instead.
we arrived at 10am on a Tuesday. we just scanned the bar code and we were in. one improvement: it was nerve-racking to receive etickets hours before the chosen slot, despite ordering >1day prior. Customer service was polite when I enquired twice but was unable to immediately assist (coz was dependent on local agent).
Good value and easy to use. You don’t have to print the ticket, they can scan the QR code on your voucher at the entrance. Tripods are not allowed. Be mindful of the weather, because the ticket is only valid for 3 hours. In January, it is very foggy in the morning and you won’t be able to see the Taj Mahal.