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Built in 1909, this was a country retreat for King Rama V and where his Queen lived out the rest of her days after his death. Free admission and guided tour so a should visit if it is on your route. There is a cozy...More
The Palace is opened for a free guided tour on Tue., Thu., Sat. and Sun..
The tour guide is extremely knowledgeable and full of passion.
Can't really believe it's free of charge with such a long, fully packed half day tour.
Shouldn't miss the coffee...More
After reading an article about it, I decided to check it out. It really does not hold too much promise in terms of amazement and surprises. It's up to you if you really want to check out where the Queen used to stay for her...More
This beautiful palace is off the track and away from the crowds - even some locals don't realise it's open to the public on Saturdays. The receptionist/guide is very helpful, answered all our questions knowledgably and even unlocked extra rooms for us when we showed...More