Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal

Thirumalai nayakar mahal

Visit to amuse yourself in a place like Madurai,where you can admire places not only during the daytime. The city stands out for the active nightlife of the people, making it the safest place to travel.Madurai which is one of the oldest temple city has lot more to offer than just spiritual things


The alluring palace (Nayak Mahal palace) is in the main city of Madurai, which is located 2 km away from the Meenakshi Amman temple.The Thirumalai Nayak Mahal was built by the Thirumalai Nayak king during the 16th century.The building that is still observable was the resident of the King Nayak and the throne of the King Nayak has been kept for display.

The Nayak Mahal palace was structed into two main divisions, Swarga Vilasam and Ranga Vilasam.In these two divisions, there are various sections of the royal residence, shrine, apartments, theatre, royal bandstand, armoury, pond and garden.

The entire palace is built using the Italian architecture which promises to astonish everyone visiting there.This is the best place for history explorers and the feast for architecture lovers.Huge circular pillars surround the courtyard of the palace.

The best attraction is the light and sound show held at that Mahal which displays the Silapathigaram epic in both English and Tamil language

Palace Timings :The Mahal is open all days in the week from 9 am to 5 pm where 1 TO 1:30 pm will be the lunch break