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A little disappointed as the narration was not in English. although told it would be. Long 45 mins to wait for the illuminating of the palace at the end - not enough seating and lots of people leaving all the way through !!!!!
Best visited with a guide as the free audio guide is only accessible if you have an Indian SIM or if you are prepared to incur sky high phone charges
There’s so much history and because of the size of the place it’s never really...More
We visited during the day which was lovely. Its not a bit palace but some stunning rooms. It was busy because it was Diwali and seemed to be popular with locals. We went back in the evening ( sunday) to see it light up. MAGNIFICANT
This palace is an awesome place showing the true grandeur of His Majesty and shows how the kings used to live here.
If you are in Mysore and you have to visit only one place, then this shall be that one place
This is one of the preserved marvels which enables us to look into the life of the king, their life style. Different rooms for different activities. It provides us the glimpse into true majesty.
Very good place for a family visit.
We reached the Mysore Palace at 1pm sharp and after parking the car in the parking lot, we proceeded to buy the tickets at the counter by the side of the gate, the South Entrance.
There are different categories of entrance fares with concessions for...More
The 'Ambavilasa Aramane' also know as Mysuru Palace situated in the heart of Mysuru city stands as a classic example of Indo British architecture. The best time to visit this palace is during Dasara festival, the whole palace will be lit with lakhs of electric...More
It was built somewhere in 1915-1920. It is one of the most scenic palace of India. Consider to take a tour guide. Normally guide will charge 350 rupees for 1-5 persons group and 500 rupees for the group of 6-11. Structure I found very similar...More