The name of this place has some unknown mystery behind it. This place was a part of the royal enclosure for the kings and their wives. It looks like a plain rectangular building from outside but has a lot of designs when you go inside. The whole building has a circled verandah that overlooks the pond in the middle of the courtyard. The balconies are designed with small windows with lovely brackets resembling lotus buds. The pool in front is now empty but is said to have been filled with fragrant water at earlier times. There is a fight of steps also that leads to the pool.
There is also a lovely garden in front of the building and this serves as a perfect picnic spot for the locals and other tourists as well. If you enter from the south east this is the first attraction in the royal complex.
Queen's Bath Travel Tips
- Photography is allowed here free of cost.
How to Reach Queen's Bath
- The nearest airport is the Bellary Airport.
- The nearest railway station is Hospet.
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58.12% of people who visit Hampi include Queen's Bath in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
50.45% of people start their Queen's Bath visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Queen's Bath
74.53% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Queen's Bath