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Designed by a German designer, this palace is a mix of east and west. At first glance things look western, but when you look upclose you can always find an eastern detail like a monkey or an elephant. Only a few rooms have the original...More
This site is absolutely stunning on the outside but also holds architectural treasures inside. For only 50 baht the place is yours to discover. It takes you back 100 years. The information is a little limited to my personal taste so you will have to...More
Designed by a German architect in 1910 and completed in 1916 this palace has not only a lovely facade, but also impressive interior. Modelled after the summer palace of the German keiser Willhelm, the rooms are high-ceilinged and artfully decorated. Shame pictures are not allowed...More
If I went into detail I would mainly be echoing what other reviewers have already written. A shame photographs cannot be taken of the superb green marble staircase inside. A very good way to kill an hour en route from either Hua-Hin or Bangkok.
... that never quite found it´s use. King V ordered it, but passed away during construction. Has been used as royal guest house, town hall and school over the last hundred years. Primarily empty inside it is waiting for visitors with some imagination now.
Stunning interior. We loved it. A 2 km walk from the city center (walk along the klong grachang road to see the old houses). Entrance fee for tourists is 50 baht and there are explanations in English as well.
This palace is a must see. It's a 2km walk from the city center (jj guesthouse). Walk along klong gratchang road to see the old houses.
The palace looks brand new from the outside and the interior is splendid. We loved it so much. Every...More
We made our way to this Royal palace with no defined idea of what we might see. The architecture is mostly in the European style and quite modest by Thai standards.
The ground floor has little to r commend it so the more able bodied...More