Had been here at around noon on a Saturday. Ample car park available on an open ground. It was obviously very sunny outside but the palace itself was quite cool. The entrance fee is a bit high but they offer audio guides with it so...More
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This is the main and famous tourist attraction of bangalore. It is a bit overly priced place to visit. The entry ticket per person is Rs.230 and we had taken a still camera ticket which cost us around Rs. 685. We thought the interiors will...More
There are literally too many old and beautiful palaces to see in India and still while you are here in Bangalore and wanting to check out old historical places and get closer to looking at Indo- European architecture- it's a one time watch and nothing...More
The Palace is not a must visit, I'll start. Not a magnificent palace having quite a few. The Palace has an audio tour guide, which lasts some 30 mins. This is not something small kids will enjoy. Near MG road you can drop by the...More
It's a place worth to see once, it looks grand from the exteriors and you need to buy a entry ticket to view inside the palace, the place is used for flamboyant weddings.
This is hyped place. very small and nothing much to see. With kids, This place is not very attractive.
Very impressive from outside.... beautiful facade and gardens. The inside is terrible...musty and cobwebs Mostly decorated with old paintings of dubious value... chipped and peeling. Looks like they've taken the junk nobody uses any more and placed it here and there. Not even real antiques.
I have been here to have quick look, let me tell you that you need to pay 230 for Indians for entrance with sound tape inclusive very small palace and not that many things to depict, but surroundings are in lush green and breath taking...More