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This was my first visit to the place. I paid 250/- for special darshan but I really was enthralled to see the place and what I admired here was the strict dress code and discipline. Today temples too have become places for selfie and other...More
Been there last December.One could just have a visit on the way to tiruparapu falls.the furniture used by the Raja Family were on display.The work done on the ceilings are a must watch.The dance hall,dining hall,a small pond with a kitchen nearby all are a...More
I visited padmanabhapuram palce on 05/06/18 with family on my way from Kanyakumari to Trivandrum. But with regret I compel to state that it is a wastage of time to visit this so called palace. It not a palace but big hut. I think it...More
The guided tour is good. Takes you back in time. Interesting to know the history and details of this beautiful palace. So different and pleasant at the same time. Must visit if you are into heritage architecture.
Very nice spiritual place.
Visit in evening for pakshi of Padmanabh an mandir and you will get chance to burn out side temple diya.
Dress code compulsory.
To men lungi only for upper body open(no cloths)
If you don't have saree,outside temple shop...More
Visited this historical architecture enroute Trivandrum from Kanyakumari. Nominal admission fee (definitely needed to maintain the place and the staff) takes you inside this beautiful property spread across huge area. Highly impressed with the maintenance of walls,original artifacts,wooden flooring and stairs, gardens, clocks and almost...More
the Kerala Government is the competent authority to look after the palace, the rules and regulations shall modify in accordance with public/passengers most comfort and prevailing circumstances of the near by/surrounding... More
the Kerala Government is the competent authority to look after the palace, the rules and regulations shall modify in accordance with public/passengers most comfort and prevailing circumstances of the near by/surrounding places within the ambit of the Sri Padmanabha Swamy Palace, if still doubt please contact 4651 250 255, hope this answer is most suitable