The Leh Palace (Lhachen Palkhar) is a majestic seventeenth century building that was once the residence of the King and his family. The nine-storied Leh Palace is home to a museum and a prayer room.
A Buddhist white-domed stupa in northern India is the Shanti Stupa. Built in 1991 by a Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu Gyomyo Nakamura as part of the Peace Pagoda mission, it holds relics of the Buddha at its base.
If you are planning a trip to Ladakh, be sure to visit LAMAYURU MONASTERIES. Lamayuru Monastery is located in Yuru Kabgyat and hosts two annual festivals, Yuru Kab-gyat and Hemis Tse Chu.
A trip to SAND DUNES AT HUNDER is a must for all camel enthusiasts. These animals are reminiscent of the Silk Road. Once upon a time, traders from Central Asia used these camels to cross the desert on their way to Ladakh.
Located in eastern Ladakh and western Tibet, the endorheic Pangong Tso is 134 kilometers long and divided into five sub-lakes. The lake is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is home to an array of wildlife, including Tibetan yak, blue sheep and elk.
The scenic valley of Nubra Valley is located at a height of over 10,000 feet. It was part of the famous Silk Route that linked Tibet with Turkistan. Nubra Valley was known as Ldumra in the ancient times, meaning the valley of flowers
If you have never visited Magnetic Hill, you are missing out! This natural wonder is surrounded by a beautiful herculean range and is known for its interesting theories. If you want to explore the mysteries of this mysterious hill, visit it in the summer months, from July to September