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

  • Grainery chamber

  • Traditional tapestry and fabric

  • Writing Desk

  • Closet/Wardrobe

  • Linens

  • Toiletries

  • Ensuite bathroom

 

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