The city palace in Udaipur is an outstanding historical monument. However, the artefacts in the palace are poorly displayed and, in most cases, open to the elements. Obviously, this diminishes their life. Also, the management of large visitor numbers is unsatisfactory. There is no regulation of visitor entry so that viewing is both a learning and a pleasure. Maximising visitor throughput seems to be the objective. And the toilet facilities are grossly inadequate. We were guided to only 1 facility on the premises that was poorly maintained and the stench of ammonia pervaded the entire palace. For the price of the entry tickets, cameras, audio sets, etc. the Management can surely do better. Also, they might wish to consider simplifying the ticket arrangements. These are cumbersome and impractical - having a single, all-inclusive ticket is a much better arrangement than fragmented tickets with separate prices for entry into every nook and cranny of the palace. The Management should seriously consider professionalizing their services, as also the maintenance of the palace before this wonderful attraction in Udaipur starts crumbling like so many other places in India.
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