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there are couple of good things: non cemented building just mud and clay and bricks, its... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Siddharthg86
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New Delhi, India
View from palace is awesome

U can see perfect view of leh city from here..only for this u can visit this place..nothing... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
neha9107
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Indore, India
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Reviewed yesterday

there are couple of good things: non cemented building just mud and clay and bricks, its architecture on the mountain of 13k above see level, yes it is old more than 100 years. And but obvious view of leh region.

Thank Siddharthg86
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

U can see perfect view of leh city from here..only for this u can visit this place..nothing attractive inside..u hav to buy a ticket to enter here..the weather was very hot..

Thank neha9107
Reviewed 2 days ago

its not a palace. except few rooms and stairs. dont keep your expectation high. good for half an hour. go to the terrace of the building and enjoy the view and take pics. thats it. you can skip this totally if your tight on schedule

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It's nice and one of the few things to do in Leh town. I suggest to climb up through the old town of Leh, passing the LAMO art organisation which features interesting work and exhibitions from local artists. The climb itself is an experience, and...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was nice historical place. We spent 2 hours there we saw really nice leh night view. Even historical place somewhere it was not so clean.

Thank Andy P
Reviewed 2 days ago

This place is a must visit spot in Leh can spend 2 to 3 hours The palace used to be the home of Ladakhi royals be prepared to climb multiple fleets of stairs great views, the palace has 9 levels and the way ti is...More

Thank TheIndianTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago

Leh Palace should not only be visited for its history but also for the unique structure that it is. The castle is no less than an architecture wonder, 9 storeys tall, that too on top of the cliff overlooking the Leh town. One can only...More

Thank Vilayat A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ley Royal Palace is easily accessible from Leh town. The walk uphill helps you adjust to the altitude but you can always drive up to the rear entrance. It's a little disappointing to see that there is an increased entrance fee for 'foreigners' compared to...More

Thank JosephEverton
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This again close to main city of Leh. This place is seen there good time,now they are trying to restore it as it is heritage site.View from top is good. Can spend 1hr or 1 1/2hr.

Thank Mandar P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It needs the maintenance immediately.The place of Historical significance is in shambles. We went up to level 8 with full care. The beauty of the city of Leh from level 8 is awesome. The passage for going to level 9 was stinking may be because...More

Thank RajendraSharda
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