Mysore Palace Lighting & Cauvery Handicrafts Mysore – Best place to visit in Mysore, Karnataka Tour, Travel Guide
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During my recent Mysore trip, visited the Mysore Palace to attend it’s Sound and Light show. The Mysore palace also called as the Amba Villas is the massive royal and majestic palace built during the reign of Krishnaraja Wadiyar and took 15 years to complete (1894-1912).
Also visited the Mysore Cauvery Handicrafts to check out their high quality, beautiful sandalwood and rosewood carving handicrafts.
Travel Tips for Mysore Palace
Address: Sayyaji Rao Rd, Agrahara, Chamrajpura, Mysuru, Karnataka 570001
Palace Visit Timing: 10 AM TO 5.30 PM
Entry Ticket: (Indian / Foreign) Adults INR50, Children above 7 years and below 12 years INR 30.
Tickets issued for Palace Entrance between 10.00AM – 5.30 PM.
Entrance to Palace for Tourists from three Gates : Varaha and Amba Vilas Gate at South and Jayarama Balarama Gate at North
Sound and Light Show at the Palace:A 45 minute sound and light show, depicting the 400 year history of Mysore. 15 Minutes Palace Illumination can be seen at the end of the Sound and Light Program Show.
Timings for Sound and Light Show at the Palace: 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm – All days expect Sundays & Govt. Holidays.
Tickets For Sound and Light Show At the Palace: (Indian / Foreign) Adults INR50, Children above 7 years and below 12 years INR 30.
Ticket will be issued only at Varaha Gate Counter (South Side) from 6.30pm onwards
How to Reach Mysore Palace:
On Road : From the Chamaraja Double Road, at Dr Shivarathri Rajendra Circle, take the first exit. Turn right after about 100 m and take the next left. The palace will be on the right.
There are regular bus services from Bangalore to Mysore.
Nearest Railway station: Mysore Junction railway station ( Station code MYS ).
Nearest Airport: The nearest Airport is the Kempegowda International Airport Bangalore (code BLR). Bangalore (130km) is connected to all the major cites of the country by air. You can take a KSRTC bus, a train or a taxi from Bangalore.
Check out and enjoy my photo captures of Mysore Palace and Mysore Cauvery Handicrafts Emporium
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