Kotkhai Palace constructed by King Rana Saab, is the prominent attraction of Kotkhai, which rests on an old mountain cliff. The palace offers a magnificent view of the river Giri Ganga that flows through the foot of the cliff. The palace is known by the name of Bassa by the natives of the region.
The palace portrays the Tibetan style of architecture with a pagoda-style roof. It is built on a raised platform and has a wooden structure, which depicts the artistic excellence of artisans of ancient era.
Mahamai Temple of Kotkhai is a popular tourist attraction, which is situated in the midst of lush green surroundings. The peaceful environment of the region attracts tourists from the far-flung areas. The temple is flocked by the pilgrims all round the year, who come to offer their prayers.
Dhilon Pond is a beautiful pond situated amid forests in Kotkhai. The natives of the region believe that the water of the pond is divine. It is not a developed tourist spot and is still untouched by commercialisation. The natives of the region often provide shelter to the tourists if required urgently.