Padmanabhapuram Palace

Padmanabhapuram Palace

This well preserved wooden palace welcomes tourists and an abundant group of archeologists with its exquisite floral carvings, black glossy granite floor, magnificent 18th century murals, secret underground passage and colored mica windows. This palace showcases the richness of Travancore dynasty which ruled the southern part of Kerala. This palace is currently not in Kerala

This well preserved wooden palace welcomes tourists and an abundant group of archeologists with its exquisite floral carvings, black glossy granite floor, magnificent 18th century murals, secret underground passage and colored mica windows. This palace showcases the richness of Travancore dynasty which ruled the southern part of Kerala. This palace is currently not in Kerala but 64 km away from Thiruvananthapuram city.

November to May is the suitable months to visit the palace. The visiting time is from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on all days except Mondays and national holidays. In order to maintain polish the visitors are restricted from using footwear inside the palace. Nagarcoil railway station (Tamil Nadu) is about 16 km from the palace and the nearest airport is the Thiruvananthapuram International airport.

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