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“Thripunithura palace”

Hill Palace of Tripunithura
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Royal Heritage Tour of Tripunithura
Ranked #19 of 193 things to do in Kochi (Cochin)
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 4 March 2012

There is an older palace next to the new one. It is the embodiment of kerala architecture.It a typical kerala palace.Not much bigger.But keeps a lot things having historical importance.

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Reviewed 4 March 2012

Hill palace museam is an old palace onverted to museam, and is one of the best place for a half day visit , and is just about 15 km from Kochi

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Reviewed 2 March 2012

The Palace has an air of faded grandeur - especially the gardens.
Exhibits are interesting and the walk-about fills a good one and a half hours.

Thank modoo
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Reviewed 9 February 2012

The grounds are In great need of care and could be spectacular if properly groomed. The place itself has been allowed to deteriorate and the displays are not memorable to say the least. For instance, the royal Jewell's and silver articles, as well as the gold crown which was presented to the Rama by de Gama, need to be dusted and polished to show their beauty and craftsmanship. The entrance fee is so cheap that one doesn't feel cheated.....just disappointed that the reality doesn't live up to the promise. If you don't have to go too far out of your to get there you might want to give it a shot. Otherwise dont bother.

Thank Conmassey
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Reviewed 1 February 2012

There are plenty of artefacts in this palace, but the whole place needs a major makeover. There are lovely jewels and weapons etc. but all so poorly displayed and described that their significance is lost on you. For some reason there is a massive fibre glass dinosaur outside. It could go a long way if made more visitor friendly.

2  Thank KeralaTracy
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