Leh Royal Palace, Leh
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Sweeping views make Leh Royal Palace a popular tourist attraction, built in the 17th century as a residence fit for a king--King Sengge Namgyal, in fact. While the exterior seems bare of detail, the interior features numerous exhibit spaces and a small prayer room. The main attraction of this palace remains the roof, offering 360-degree views of the town and the surrounding mountains. Put Leh Royal Palace on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Leh vacation generator.
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the palace is mostly made up of woods. Not much to see inside. just climb up and enjoy the view from the top roof. you can see shanti stupa from there. it is very close to leh market.
Known as Shey Palace. It on top of the hill. You need to walk up. Took some pics of view and then went across the street for shopping and to see pond. We saw few ducks swimming in the pond and lots of... read more »
I was really impressed with the work that has been done to preserve/conserve this important landmark. You can either clamber up the footpath or take a tuktuk up. It is certainly worth an hour or more ... read more »
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