This palace was built by Radhakishore Manikya Bahadur. This Mughal and Indo Greek fashioned palace is located in the heart of city. The palace has been inflated with lush gardens, pools and fountains. You can also see and enjoy the Musical Fountain on both sides of the domes of this three storied structure, Flood Lightings and the exquisite interiors.
This water palace is built on RudraSagar Lake is a royal Palace with sway of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The castles, the moats and the bridges, the whopping towers here are simply breath taking. The two parts of the palace, one on Western side called “Andar Mahal (used by the royal family) and the other one on Eastern side (used by the security personnels and servants), flood lighting, open stage theater is very lovely here. How about the Light and Sound Show !! Yes, it has even more to it – water sports. Great recreation indeed !! Don’t forget to visit this beautiful unseen water palace, while making your trip to Tripura tourism places.
Kunjaban Palace until now another imperial palace which was built by Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya. And it is located nearby Ujjayanta Palace abides a indication of organization of RabindraNath Tagore, the Nobel laureate poet, with it. The scenic charm of this palace nestled in the emerald hillocks stirred him to compose many memorable songs. The lush gardens, lawns and yards are worth seeing which is the official residence of Governor of Tripura India. “Rabibdra Kann” is the southern part of the garden which is open for public.
It is a bungalow adjacent to the Kunjban Palace located on a hillock. It was on the whole a Kachcha House where RabindraNath Tagore stayed in 1919. It was gradually develpoed as a Pucca House and named Malancha Niwas.
Tripura Government Museum:
This Govt. museum preserves the arts and crafts of Tripura consisting of rare stone and bronze idols and images, archaeological items, ancient coins of Tripura and neighboring areas, Embroidery of Bengal (Kantha) and Buddhist sculptures from Pilak dating back to 8th to 10th century.