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It is an oldest palace of travancore family. Each and every article in the palace depicts the simple, elegant and meaning full life those days kings and their families have led. The flooring in navarathiri mandapa is of world class. It still shines which was...More
A tour of this traditional palace is a one-of-a-kind experience. The carvings on wood and stone that decorate the walls, ceiling and furniture are beautiful. You will be explained the story behind different spaces within the palace. I have been here multiple times and each...More
This is a place one has to visit when visiting Trivandrum or Kanyakumari. The palace, once the seat of the kings of the Travancore kingdom, is now within Tamil Nadu. It is very vast. The complex also houses a museum.
Padmanabhapuram Palace gives a glimpse of the cultural heritage of erstwhile Travancore. The place is neat and clean and easily accessible. It is a must visit place for history lovers and students of history
Well at the onset let me be clear it is not near and if you Club it with a Kanniyakumari visit or something else then it is worth a visit.
Built of mainly wood it is an interesting glimpse into the past.
The place could...More
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This is a heritage-historical building and unlike Palaces in some of the States in India, this has not been converted into a hotel. Since this place is en route Kanya Kumari (from Thiruvananthapuram) you can stay... More
This is a heritage-historical building and unlike Palaces in some of the States in India, this has not been converted into a hotel. Since this place is en route Kanya Kumari (from Thiruvananthapuram) you can stay in the former or latter which has range of hotels. This Palace also has a museum and a day tour would certainly be worthy.