Leh city is situated between the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges along the Indus River. The natural beauty of this place attracts tourists from all over the country for twelve months of the year. Most of the city has mosque and Buddhist monuments, which were built in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The palace of the 9th floor of King Sengge Namgyal of a very old, Namgyal dynasty, is the main attraction of this place, which shows the architectural nature of Medieval Arra. Most of the Leh population is of Buddha, Hindus, and Lama. Many study centers such as Shanti Stupa and Shankar Gompa extend the attraction of this place. In these few years, Leh has grown from the point of view of the business center in Central Asia and has given the opportunity to many self-motivated and dedicated people to trade.
There are frequent air services available from Leh to Delhi, Srinagar, and Jammu. Delhi airport is connected to the main cities of the country. Leh is also connected to the International Airport of Delhi. Visitors can reach the city by taxi from Leh airport.
Jammu railway station is the nearest railway link to Leh, which is located at a distance of 734 kilometers. Visitors can reach Leh in 1000 rupees from Srinagar to Jammu.
By taking advantage of the continuous bus services of Jammu and Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation, Srinagar can reach Leh, which is located 700 kilometers away. Apart from this, tourists can also take advantage of bus service of Himachal Road Transport Corporation and reach Leh from Manali. On reaching Leh, it takes about 20 hours to reach Leh from Manali.