The Patan Palace requires a ticket to enter, in the Durbar Square ticket, 1000 rupees per person.
The buildings are quite exquisite, and the scale and luxury are slightly inferior to those in the Kathmandu metropolitan area.
Part of the building collapsed during the earthquake, and the main body is still intact.
It is composed of three main jokers (courtyards), namely the central Morjok, Sandarijok and Kesar Narayanjok, where there are many finely carved stone stupas and temples. The baths are particularly exquisite and worth seeing.
The Patan Palace has stunning golden gates and famous sculptures. Below the houses are carved painted shapes of Hindu gods. There is also a reservoir in the inner courtyard. The sculptures in the pool also attract many tourists to take pictures.
The architecture of the Patan Palace is very unique, it makes people feel incredible, the scenery is good, the relevant history and cultural knowledge, a good choice, a good place for taking pictures, not bad!
In Nepali, Durbar (Durbar) means royal palace. In history, the king of Nepal always built some religious temples on the square around the palace, and different dynasties continued to add new buildings. Therefore, in the three cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Badgang, an old palace was formed. As the center, the square is surrounded by various religious temples. The Patan Palace was built in the 14th century, but most of the main buildings were built in the 17th and 18th centuries during the Kathmandu Valley’s three-division period. It is precisely because of the latecomer that its design and architecture are more refined than Badgang and Two other palaces in Kathmandu. The entire palace is a cloister-style three-story building. Now it has been opened as a museum, and it is said to be one of the best museums in the entire South Asian subcontinent. In the courtyard of the palace, our eyes are always attracted by the intricate carvings and vividness that can be seen everywhere. On one side of the courtyard is a small gilded gate and two gilded statues beside it. The statues on both sides of the courtyard are Ganga, the goddess of the Ganga who is stepping on the turtle, and Jamuna, who is riding a crocodile. On the other side is a corridor with wooden carved columns. Look at the windows on the second floor or the diagonally carved wooden pillars, and even the entrance to the bathroom is a beautifully carved lintel. Moving in the palace courtyard, the scenery everywhere is unforgettable and beautiful. On the third floor platform, you can see the back garden of the palace, a very small, neat, clean and royal garden. Among the three palaces we visited in Nepal, Patan Palace is the most exquisite, and its building itself is a collection of sculptures.
The Old Palace is on the east side of the square, almost occupying the east side of the entire square. There are now two museums in the palace area-Patan Museum and Muir Palace, Shandari Palace & Architectural Art Gallery. The interior of the palace is composed of three palaces-Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk and Keshav Narayan Chowk. 1. The Patan Museum mainly exhibits exquisite displays Hindu and Buddhist Buddha statues and some old photos, cultural relics and crafts with historical flavor. It is in an architectural whole with the Keshav Narayan Chok (Keshav Narayan Chok) among the three palaces of the palace. 2. Moore Palace, Sandari Palace & Architectural Art Gallery Moore Palace is the center of the palace and the largest palace. It used to be the office of the kingdom, and the center of the palace was a small Bidya Temple. Around the palace are the Taleju temples. The Sundari Chowk (Sundari Chowk) is on the southernmost side of the palace. In the center of the palace is an exquisite king's bath, also called "Tusha Hiti" (Tusha Hiti), a treasure of ancient carving art and water supply and drainage technology. There is also a garden and a large water tank outside the palace. The Bhandarkhal Garden and water tank art gallery mainly exhibits Nepalese architecture and wood carving techniques.
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Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Patan Durbar Square,Patan Museum,Golden Temple,Singha Durbar,Patan Royal Palace