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One of Bangalore’s busiest markets, the KR market, hides this surprise: an elegant palace built by Tipu Sultan, with teak pillars and frescoes. Though incomparable to the more famous Tipu Sultan’s palace at Mysore, this is one of the relatively...more
One of the most famous & historic place in Bangalore, Tipu Sultan's palace is located in Chamrajpet which is very well maintained mostly calm and covered with Green Atmosphere at the entrance and outside view. People and School kids come here often and enjoy the...More
The entry fee is 25 for Indians and it will take 20 minutes only to see this whole palace. The palace is not at all maintained, even the garden is better than the palace itself. Its too small to be known as a "palace".
Tipu's summer palace is a nice reminder of a bygone era. Now almost 250 years old, the building is remarkably sturdy with elegant pillars and wood work. The walls are replete with arch shaped niches (presumably for lamps) with rectangular niches above (for books?). There...More
I was searching places to visit in Banglore, So I got this place and I visited there. There are very beautiful walls and roof. Also pillars architecture and design is something very different. But its very small place you will finish watching it so early.
It seems that during summer Tipu sultan used to come to this palace and stay for a couple of days. The place is small but you will find an amazing architecture and design on the walls. They have also displayed some story boards stating the...More
A historic palace from Tipu Sultan age. Well maintained by the authorities. Mostly calm and quiet atmosphere. People come and go often.
There is a well maintained garden around the palace.
Palace is also well maintained. We cam have a look at most of the...More
It seems that word Palace in Bangalore has been significantly devalued over past decades and centuries.
It should be called rather Palace ruins as the whole place is very poorly maintained and is absolutely not worth the fee they charge (300 rupees per person). Plus...More