A hard to miss historical structure just a short distance from the sea, this served as a summer palace for King George IV and has distinct Indian influences in its architecture. It also served as a hospital during the First World War. The banqueting halls, the music room, the royal bedrooms and the estate garden are just some of the wonder housed at the Royal Pavilion.
Right after getting off at the station I went to the Royal Pavilion – which is a castle and was home to late King George IV. Nobody was allowed to take pictures inside the castle, but boy I can tell the king had fancy taste and a charming fetish for chinese culture. Such lavish and elaborate decors and architecture, I literally could feel myself wanting to live in the palace.