Royal Leh Palace , Ladakh

  • Also called Lhachen Palkhar, Royal Leh Palace is a 17th-century palace that was once a former residence for the royals of Leh kingdom. Currently maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India, Royal Leh Palace is one of the best examples of Tibetan medieval architecture. It is known for offering the most mesmerising views of Stok Kangri, Ladakh mountain ranges and the town of Leh from the top. Although the palace is not in very good condition, it remains a popular tourist attraction for anyone who is on a vacation in Leh and Ladakh. 

    Highlights: The best part of visiting Royal Leh Palace is the guarantee of the most spectacular views of Leh along with a cultural experience. With a vibrant collection of crowns, paintings, dresses, and jewelry, Royal Leh Palace is a fascinating visit to Ladakh sightseeing. 

    Best time to visit: The months from April to September are the best to visit Royal Leh Palace as the weather is pleasant and one can enjoy the best views during this time. 

    Location: Royal Leh Palace, Leh City, Jammu and Kashmir, India 

    Distance from Leh: It is located at a distance of just 2 kilometers from Leh.