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“summer palace”(54 reviews)
“tipu sultan”(46 reviews)
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Nandi-Hills, Srirangapatna 571438, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was aware of Tipu Sultan and the battles he had, but did not realise quite how well this palace had survived the years. It is so well decorated and preserved it is hard to believe it is the age it is. The grounds are...More

Thank 2,202
Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile

The place is amazing! The outside looks give nothing away about the beauty and intricacy of the work inside. It is a wooden structure built for Tipu Sultan to live in. It's modest for a palace. Similar in style to the one in Bangalore but...More

Thank mngirlTU
Reviewed 22 September 2018 via mobile

It is also called 'Summer Palace Tippu Sultan'. The palace is situated on the bank of River Kaveri, built with wood in Indo-Islamic style. It is surrounded by lush green garden where visitors can sit and rest.

Thank hegdemy3
Reviewed 17 September 2018 via mobile

Parts of the palace have been preserved. Not a very great place to visit but its historical value makes it to appear in the top list of visiting.

Thank Dr_Abhay_Soni
Reviewed 3 September 2018

The Dariya Daulat Baugh means “Garden of Wealth.” It houses summer palace amidst vast beautiful gardens.Tippu Sultan built it in 1784 in the Indo-Sarcenic style and mostly made of teakwood. The palace has a rectangular plan and is built on a raised platform. it is...More

Thank AnjanManda
Reviewed 16 August 2018

Made the mistake of visiting on a holiday. Hordes of people so one had to jostle. The authorities have tried to do a good job of managing the crowds. ,traffic and hygiene.Perhaps they succeed better on non-holiday days. The visitors were well behaved with good...More

Thank anandsrivastava
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

Not maintained properly. All rooms are locked. Nothing to see here except it is once upon a time summer palace.

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Reviewed 19 June 2018

Royal retreat to beat heat of Mysore. Simple but elegant palace which talks of simple but practical living style of royal families.

Thank Raghuthama
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Dauriya daulat means wealth of the sea. It is summer garden built by Tipu Sultan. The building houses pictures of rulers, battles and artists. It is more of pictionary that tells the tale of warriors. Nice way to learn history.

Thank Saket G
Reviewed 16 May 2018

On our way to Mysore from Bangalore, our driver suggested we drop by Srirangapatna and take a look at the historic places there. He took us first to Dariya Daulat Baug, Tipu Sultan’s Palace he explained. Well we did not expect to see such a...More

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Response from Manish M | Reviewed this property |
You might not find any provision on luggage room in Bannerghatta National park. The place in question is a separate place.
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