This classic can't be photographed. Mobile phones and cameras need to be stored after entering the door. Tickets offer a discount of 250 rupees to Chinese passport holders. It shows the daily necessities of the past members of the Royal family, so that we can learn about Nepal's modern history. Location from Tamil (Dream Garden) to the East about 15 minutes walk, to go to the attention of the opening time is very short, usually 11:00 to 3:00 p.m., every Tuesday, three closed to rest.
The only regret is that photographs are not allowed in the presidential palace. It is said that another abdicated President lives in it, so visitors are not allowed to take photos in order to ensure safety. The abandoned presidential palace was abandoned after 2008. In it, I saw photos of Jiang Zemin visiting Nepal. Lao Jiang and his wife also live in this presidential palace. Although the size of the room is not large, the decoration is exquisite and worth visiting.
The fare is 200RB, ladies first. When you enter the door, you need to deposit your camera, mobile phone and bags. You can only take a bottle of water. After the courtyard, there is also a security gate inside. The inspection is very strict, and talkie talkie can not be taken. You can't take pictures inside. There are many royal photographs in the new palace, as well as diplomatic photographs of Nepal, including photographs of King Nepal and successive top Chinese leaders, Nepalese King's dress medals, and bullet holes in the back garden where the Nepalese Royal tragedy occurred. More than half an hour, that's about it.
Want to introduce on the Internet that the small door on the right side of the gate is leading to the palace, but it has been blocked and guarded, so we have to buy tickets (250 rupees / person) in the main door. Although the Kings no longer live here, but the guards of the palace can not always be the same as other scenic spots. Close security checks not only require bags to be stored, but most people even block their mobile phones outside the door. But how can Nepalese people who do things sparsely estimate the ability of Chinese people to drill holes? I and "Akong" took mobile phones with them easily. But our bragging provoked a red-eyed local aunt to report to the police, so "Akon "mobile phone became a victim. With two mobile phones in my pocket, I was lucky to get away with it. I could only take a low-key camera. But in fact, besides the tall plants in the garden and the novelty costumes of the military police, there is nothing particularly worth taking photos here, let alone the taboo of decorating Feng Shui criminals in the Palace - "beast specimens and fur are all over the hall, the toilet or mirror is facing the bed, the corridor is dark, and so on. No wonder the tragedy of the king being killed and the Prince being injured before. Nepal has a rest day on Saturdays. The opening hours of the palace are 11:00-15:00 (winter) and 11:00-16:00 (summer).
As a poverty-stricken palace, it's not bad. The only regret is that it's forbidden to take photos here.
A very good palace, cost-effective, especially a good scenic spot... Look at it slowly by yourself. One way for you to go. It's better for the staff to ask me where I come from. As soon as I hear that it's Chinese, I'm told not to queue up and buy tickets directly at the side door, half the fare. Then they deposited everything except their wallets and passports, and the staff also smiled. Very friendly.
There are many rare and precious cultural relics. The museum is in the Dream Garden. It's very close to the business circle. You can't go there.