Summer Palace

Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

The Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, also known as the "Daria Daulat Bagh,” is a magnificent example of the coexistence of Islamic and Hindu architecture. The palace is adorned with exquisite arches detailed with carvings and attractive floral themes. The walls depict intricate battle scenes and portraits, while the surrounding gardens, known as the Daria Daulat Bagh, add to its charm and beauty.

The palace was originally built as a summer retreat for Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the Mysore Kingdom. Today, it is a museum displaying Tipu Sultan's personal belongings, artefacts, and paintings, providing valuable insights into his life and reign.

Location : Bengaluru
Distance from the hotel : 132 km
Distance from the airport : 160 km
Driving time : 2 hours 23 minutes

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