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We always think the place should be very luxury and big, but this one in Nepal not so big, and also not so luxury. The decoration looks simple. Even the bed inside is also not big. The garden also a little bit small and simple....More
Somewhat dated, in the past must have been opulent. as you walk through the museum you can't help thinking how tragically the whole picture changed some years ago due to the deranged doing of a prince. Some impressive halls & surprisingly modest bedrooms. An impressive...More
Been meaning to go here for ages and finally made it. Its a modern building but with beautifully decorated rooms which you can view. Plenty of potraits of the kings and Queens. Some exquisite ornaments and object d'art which really show the craftmanship. It is...More
A place must visit. Interesting to see some head of states personally known who visited the monarchy.
On negative note , Sad to witness leaving the premises to deteriorate. Over grown lawn and weeds gradually invading the palace.
The palace is now a museum and is definitely worth a visit. Cameras/mobile phone are not allowed inside and must be kept in lockers before entering the palace, its is a place where one can learn and see the things that belonged to the Late...More
The Royal Home where the prince allegedly shot his family. But facts are mysterious. Recommend you read "Forget Kathmandu" by Manjushree Thapa -- a first hand account by a person at the time about the murder and following events in the City and Country. Blocked...More