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Essential Information about Royal Leh Palace

Altitude: altitude of 17582 feet

State: Jammu and Kashmir

District: Leh District

Why was it built: As Royal Palace

Architectural Style: Medieval Tibetan architecture

Visit Timing: Daily, 7.00 AM to 4.00 PM

Ideal Time: 2-3 hrs

Best Time to Visit: June to September

Entry Fee: Indian INR 15 and Foreigners INR 100 per person

Royal Leh Palace Travel Guide

Leh Palace was formed in the mold of Potala Royal residence of Lhasa and also lies on the Namgyal Hillside in Leh. It supervises Leh and also has numerous traditional influences, going back to centuries. As a spiritual and traditional hub of the Buddhist, Leh Palace is lot well-regarded as well as significantly a part of Leh's prominent face of travelers. It is a 9 storied structure that can be explore from a lot of parts of Leh.

Though Leh has now come to be a prominent traveler location and also some of it is still rooted in old practice as well as society; that's the charm of it. The palace is enforcing also from a distance. It loomed above Leh, like a universal figure.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to go to Leh Palace is throughout the summer period in the months of (May and June) provide the sights of vibrant scenery under the clear skies. Further, the post monsoon in the month of (Sep - Oct) are also taken into thought a good time visit this Royal Place.

Tourist Attractions

The grand royal palace of Leh supervises the Namgyal hill existing atop the old Leh city. Cuddled in the lap of lovely landscapes, the Royal residence is a preferred traveler destination in Leh. The most essential hub of Buddhist culture and as well as religion provides stunning sights.

Tips for Visiting Leh Palace
  1. Prevent misting likely to check out the Leh Royal residence by means of trains, given that the nearby railways terminals are three-day bus flights far from the final destination.
  2. Wear comfy shoes as you will certainly need to walk a whole lot, as well as the road teems with slopes. Besides, the stairs in the palace are a bit challenging to walk through.
  3. The palace is not recommended to be visited by senior citizens as a result of the amount of strolling that has to be done.

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