Unravel the Charm of Leh Palace with Ladakh Tour Packages

Ladakh is among the most famous tourist attractions of India, which is situated in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Blessed with picturesque landscape,  Ladakh houses several places such as Shanti Stupa, Sankar Gompa, Thiksey Monastery that draw thousands of tourists from all over the world. Some of the most-visited tourist attractions in the state including palaces and forts are located in and around Leh, the largest town of Ladakh. One of the popular tourist places in Leh is the Leh Palace, and to witness its charm, you have to visit Ladakh. It will be best if you go there between June and September as it is the ideal season to tour Ladakh. Your tour can be more enjoyable if you get your hands on any of the Ladakh holiday packages

Explore the Momentous Monument

The Leh Palace is situated at a distance of about 2 km from Leh. This nine-storey palace was built in the 17th century by King Singge Namgyal. Today, this palace is a ruin, but constantly alluring tourists as it exudes charm that cannot be escaped. It is under-maintenance at present, and the Indian Archaeological Conservation Organization has an office here. Though, it is officially serving as an organisation, it is opened for tourists. If you want to witness its grandeur that speaks leaps and bounds from its ruins, you can plan a trip here by availing any Ladakh tour packages. Select the best one from these packages and set-off for an exhilarating tour. Besides, there are many other travel packages India that you can avail to know more about the country.

Leh Palace Museum

There is a beautiful museum in the palace that exhibits a varied collection of Thangkas (paintings), old jewellery pieces, ceremonial dresses and crowns. This museum is not only precious for the palace, but also for India as it is a valuable Indian legacy.


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  1. Pingback: The less traveled Kashmir..Leh-Ladakh | the Other Brain Inc.

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