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All reviews golf cart dress code day tour beautiful grounds walk around royal residence on foot great place to visit first stop throne room summer residence entrance fee beautiful place lookout tower open to the public chinese style nice stop
I visited Bang Pa in Palace on way to Ayutthaya as a part of 6 hours tour. It was a lovely spot full of history although we could not access the summer palace due to renovations. Be mindful about strict dress code.
this palace dates back in 17th century. it is so vast you may opt to rent a golf cart or just stroll to completely grasp the wonderful view. lots of areas if you are looking for background to a supposedly profile pic.though when we visited...More
My third visit to this most memorable space. This visit was specifically to see the memorial to Queen Sunanda, who drowned in the river with her baby. It is said that no one tried to save them because it was punishable by death for anyone...More
Gorgeous grounds of summer palace for Thai Kings. Walk along paths by canals, lovely plantings and palaces. Tower can be climbed and it gives you nice view from above. There are bathrooms, gift shop and small cafe . Nominal admission fee . Vendors in parking...More
Wasn’t sure what to expect; but I found this Very interesting, and very beautiful to see.
Try and visit with a tour as it’s out of the way - so it’s probably easier going with a group so you don’t need to find it.
We visited Bang Pa In on a day tour which also took us to Ayuttayha, a ruined city which was the capital before Bangkok. Bang Pa In Palace is beautiful, and very photogenic. Many of the buildings show European influence, having been designed at the...More
the tower was the stand out but seeing all the various "residences" for each family member was interesting,. The hire carts are great and enable you to get around everywhere but you must not have bare legs etc and there are clothes hire places just...More
Visiting Grand Palace you are likely to get free tickets to visit Summer Palace, so if you plan both, start with the Grand one. It is a good option to visit Bang Pa In on your way from Bangkok to Ayuthaya, cause it's about 1...More