Although a little pricey for foreigners , this is well worth an hour to look through a window into the past. The architecture and craftsmanship is outstanding. It shows a little history of kings and other owners from the 15th century to the 1920's. Also has great views of the mountains.
If you have read about Kerala's past and history, you will enjoy visiting this palace. The well preserved pillared verandahs, courtyards, sloping tiled roofs and the Intricate carvings on the wooden ceilings gives us a glimpse of traditional Kerala architecture of the bygone era. Even though it is located in the in the heart of the busy and noisy Thiruvanathapuram... 更多
It was a great experience to visit and see the vast collections at the palace. Many are unaware of the greatness of this place. We had a guide explaining the sources and meanings of certain items exhibited. Originally a residential place of the Kings. Advice not to miss a visit to the palace - min 2 hours
Its nice experience to see the royal things and the main attraction was the artitecture and the wood works of the palace was just amazing,they provide a guide who explains the things very briefly.
It was a good time, I had a wonderful tour by one of the museum's own guides, who explained to me the whole history of each and everything within the palace and more ... The best thing is the crafting of those wooden ceilings from a SINGLE piece!! amazing ... YOu get to see cool pictures of the old residents... 更多
It is a palace adjacent to the Sree Padmanabha Temple in Trivandrum. It reminds you of how much the royal families devoted to Sree Padmanabha the God. That is why they called themselves as Dasa of Lord Padmanabha. It is a replica of the Sree Padmanabhapuram Palace.
Worth going to this place-it's 200yrs old built by one of the Maharajas and once completed the Maharaja lived in it for one year then died. It was closed for 150years before being open to the public - lots of thousands of dollars worth of artefacts on display. The usual thing for the Travancore Maharajas they never marry, their sister's... 更多
This is a Palace Museum, where you can see the stuffs used by Maharaja of Kerala. The entry is in front of Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. The entry fee is Rs 15. You need to pay Rs 15 more if you also want to see Chitralayam Museum (Museum of old pictures of Maharaja). You need to keep your shoes outside before... 更多
We are mixed couple. When we took the ticket we were forced to pay one foreigner price just because my wife is white in colour. She had the residential permit but still she had to pay the foreigner price. After we also ask for clock room. They said we will get a place there. So went inside and when we... 更多