The Royal Suite
This beautiful suite is found at the end of a series of mysterious hallways. On entering one is transported to a different era with the various artefacts displayed all around. The space is a delightful mix of pastel shades and traditional wood and mud-brick stylings. Lavishly appointed with a dressing area and a cosy bedroom with a sitting area. The wooden balcony is a highlight, looking out on the palace’s huge front courtyard, dominated by a huge Tarchen, a flagpole that’s commonly found in front of Tibetan Buddhist homes. It signifies that the household contains all the main Mahayana sutras as well as the Prajnaparamita manuscript. Since the palace is really a home, it is quite appropriately placed.
THE ROYAL SUITE FEATURES THE FOLLOWING AMENITIES:
Private wooden balcony
Dressing area/ walk-in closet
Various museum artefacts
Traditional tapestry and fabric