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Everyone visits Bangkok’s grand palace, but what many visitors do not know is that the kings of Thailand built various palaces in various locations around their realm. For example, three kings of the Ratanakosin Period built their rainy season retreats in Petchaburi, just south of Bangkok; consequently, Petchaburi is also known as Muang Sam Wang, the city of the three palaces. From Bangkok to Hua Hin, kings have built fantastic palaces many of which are now open for visitors to experience and explore, including the following Thai Royal Palaces listed below.
Situated in the north of the Ayutthaya Historical Park, the pavilion was served as a royal seat for the monarchs to witness the elephant round up. Elephants were the essential animals for wars and transports in the past,...
Few miles down the Chao Phraya River finds Bang Pa-in Palace, a complex of royal residences first built in around the 17th century to serve as a summer palace of Ayutthaya kings. It was later abandoned and ruined until K...
Lesser known to tourists, Prasat Nakhon Luang is an ancient religious temple believed to be built in 1631 during the reign of King Song Tham of Ayutthaya. The king sent the artists to Cambodia to study the architecture o...
Probably the most visited and remembered landmark of Thailand, The Grand Palace in Bangkok is where every visitor must pay a visit at least once in their lifetime. The construction of the Grand Palace began in 1782 durin...