Leh Palace has one of the highest buildings in the globe. Originally constructed in the year 1553 by the Buddhist kings, the Leh Palace houses the splendid architectural splendor in the form of a statue of Lord Gautam Buddha. The palace also offers an astounding and breath-taking view of the city from a height. Originally built on the top of the Namgyal Hill, the place is a hub that caters to the Buddhist religion and culture.
Location:Located near the Namgyal Hill at Leh in Jammu and Kashmir.
Known for: Encapsulating overview and architectural splendor of Buddha.
How to reach: On foot, moving through the old town.
Approximate Cost:Indian citizens-Rs. 15, Foreigners Rs. 100
Operating hours: 7am-4pm