Hotel City Palace

Lower Tukcha Road, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Families100
  • Couples92
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Bike Rentals in Leh

by harry4travel

Hi,
Me along with my 8 friends are travelling to leh, early july.
we are looking for bike rental agencies in leh and price/day for BULL..
can anyone please tell me the address and price info for renting a bike in leh.
Also looking for budget accomodation in leh, please suggest.

Re: Bike Rentals in Leh

by bkarjee

In that part of the world, no need to book things in advance. Just go there, go hotel shopping. You can get best deals at the Hotel reception lobby. Just turn up at any hotel and check out the proce of lodging. The rooms are cheap by international standard (Rs 500-Rs 1000 for a day). As for bike rentals, I understand there is one near the bus stand. Again, the bike rentals are too cheap. But cant comment on the rates of bike rental per day

Re: Bike Rentals in Leh

by harry4travel

Thanks for the reply,
If you had already been there and rented a bike, can you just tell the price range.so that we stand a chance in bargain.Is there any other particular place to look for bike rentals in leh.

Re: Bike Rentals in Leh

by bkarjee

Sorry mate, I did go there but never rented a bike.

Travel Tips for Leh

Leh in a nutshell

by call_me_rhia

If there's a less interesting side in Ladakh, this is it's main town: Leh. The main streets are lined with stores trying to sell you everything and anything - in many cases possibly fakes. There's also quite a lot of pollution at dusk: some from cars but mostly from the nasty, noisy generators that keep the lights up in most shops. The backstreets, however, are quite a different story: calm lanes, less pretentious shops where local people go buy things, and right above town an impressive fortress, Leh Palace. OK, it's basically a beautiful empty shell, but the views from there are terrific

Lots of woollens

by verasingh

Carry lots, don't be afraid of carrying more luggage coz more you carry better equipped you will be. Good heavy shoes, socks, gloves, mufler, jacket, and pullovers. As the temperature reaches down quite low even in August. Caps will also be of great help. Goggles are a must because of strong rays of the sun. Sun screen, moisturisers, body oil, moov, iodex, medicines for headache, dizziness and body pain. Dispirin proves very effective. Good quality camera to shoot and lots of rolls. If planning to camp, be ready with packed food and lots of water as most of the distances one is not sure to find good restaurants. Getting your own food packed is better. Oxygen cylinders and a medicine to suffice lack of oxygen. Though we were given medicines by the hotel manager only. Still, it is better to carry your own kit. If asthma or arthiritis patient carry fool medicine box with you.

UPLOADING SOON

by Wangchuk

FROZON RIVER TREK IN KINDOM OF ZANSKAR

LAKE PANGONG SAFARI

LAKE TSOMORIRI SAFARI

DA HANU THE ARYAN VILLAGE

LADAKH TO SPITI TREK

DOUBLE HUMP BACTERIAN CAMEL SAFARI IN NUBRA VALLEY

WINTER PHOTOGRAPHY IN LADAKH

SNOW LEOPARD WATCH IN WINTER

HUNT FOR THE BLACK NECK CRANE

MOVING WITH THE NOMADES: THE CHANGTHANG PLANES

I am shortly coming with the details on the above exclusive adventure trips

Walk to Shanti Stupa

by ladagspa

A walk to Shanti Stupa in the early morning or late afternoon is quite refreshing and gives you a nice view of the town.

The strong wind blowing in the evening is also interesting, and you can feel the push and the sound of fluffing prayer flags is soothing.

Shanti Stupa : Which means Peace Pagoda, was built by the Japanese with help from the local people, including school childern.
All Local people volunteered to help build the stupa. I have been there for a few days work. I really enjoyed painting the Buddhas around the Pagoda Walking path.

Om Shanti Om

by kin79

Shanti Stupa, though a recent addition to Leh's tourist attractions, is a fine monument that was built by Ladakhis in association with Japanese. The Shanti Stupa in Leh has relics of the Buddha and most people visit the stupa on their tour to Leh. Shanti Stupa has another beautiful side to it besides being associated with the Buddha. Shanti Stupa is also a wonderful place to capture the beauty of the Leh valley. The place offers stunning view of the Leh valley.

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