I have been to the palace twice, once in september 2010, then i took a guide and now i went alone... There isn't much to see... there doesn't seem to be much renovation going on but still your not allowed to enter the palace garden or the skeleton of the former palace, so much more than walking around the building you can't really do. The hill offers a nice view, but it would have been really good if you could see Tana from the palace garden... now it's like visitting any other hill in Tana.
Next to it there is the building of the most important prime minister, which is a palace in itself, in it you have a museum with all the royal posessions that survived the fire, but your out in max 20 minutes and it's collection is not really impressive, further more the building needs urgent repairs.
I hope one day they will finish the restauration of the palace and open it , plus the gardens, to the public, then it is something worth visitting, but now I would skip it if i were you.
Sorry to say so for all the guides that are there hoping to earn a penny, but for now this is something if you want to get out of your hotel and just stretch your legs....
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