Bangalore Palace March 2017

Here is some mobile photographs of Bangalore Palace. It is been many years since I visited this sprawling location. It looks like many developments have happened for some time now.
Bangalore Palace
Bangalore Palace, Bengaluru
The summer holidays have not yet started, so the crowd was fewer. There was no issues with parking as well. I parked my motorcycle without the security telling me where to park. I mean, there is ample space for parking for any type of vehicles.

Bullet 350
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 in front of Bangalore Palace

While you can enjoy the view of the Bangalore Palace from outside, you may wish to have a look inside the palace as well. The entry fee is Rs. 230 that includes audio guided tour. I am not sure if they charge less for children and more for the foreign nationals.

Photography may not be included in the entry fee. The charge for videography is still more. However, many visitors took photographs from the smartphones.

Sometimes, the security may restrict mobile photography if he spots you. However, they are all busy during the weekends. Thanks to the parties happening there.

At 12 pm (Sunday), I saw the workers still cleaning the leftovers from the previous night parties. The foreign nationals walked amidst these left overs, mostly beer bottles, liquor boxes and foods.
Bangalore Palace
Cleanliness is the requirement of the day - Bangalore Palace
Bangalore Palace is a heritage building and pride of Bengaluru. Hope, the caretakers keep the vicinity clean for the world to see. Meanwhile explore other places to visit in Bangalore.

See the palace history in Wikipedia