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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
Padmaanabhapuram Palace visit was a real surprise for us as we weren't expecting much from it. Even if you don't have time or inclination to visit the temple in vicinity, this palace is a must. Our lady guide (unfortunately i don't remember her name) was...More
It's a small palace.All paintings & exhibits are moved to other museums. The Navaratri Mandapam is worth a view in this palace. The view of the hills is nice.There is decent Tamil vegetarian restaurant just outside the gate which is neat & spacious.
This is a Kerala owned palace located amidst Tamil Nadu lands. Old palace with traditional Travancore era architecture. We were here during day time. It took us around 2 hours to visit the entire palace. Beware during hot weather. No food shops around. But local...More
Padmanabhapuram was the capital of the then princely state of Travancore and hence the king’s palace was here. The capital was eventually switched to Trivandrum. So even though this is in Tamil Nadu (TN) the palace is now run by the Kerala tourism. Previously it...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.