Suan Packard Palace is a group of ancient teak houses built for the grandson of Rama V, Prince Jomperto and his wife. It is a traditional Thai residential building to welcome distinguished guests. This is a very typical Thai dwelling. After seeing all kinds of similar temples, this is a very good choice. Not many tourists, the palace is very quiet, part of the exhibition is Thailand's collection of works of art (masks, sculptures, etc.) and the other area is Thailand's contemporary artists'works exhibition. It is worth mentioning that the staff here are enthusiastic and careful. They will tell you about HAVE A NICE DAY when they leave. When they take off their shoes in the scenic area, they will also give you a bag of shoes thoughtfully. My love here is second only to Zheng Wang Temple.
One of Bangkok’s lesser known Palaces, Suan Pakkad is slightly out of the way of the Grand Palace but is a quieter, more personal historical site. The name means ‘cabbage patch’ and it was once a vegetable farm before being converted into the abode of Princess Chumbon. Today the eight wooden houses are used to display Thai fine art and historical Buddhist sculptures. The garden is a restful green oasis with delicate bridges over ponds and ducks. The site is also used as a place for the Crown Prince to park his old Jag.
Suan Pakaide Palace's pottery is very unique because its unique style was recently discovered in a small town in Thailand. Teak house itself is a treasure, and there are some exquisite murals, traditional musical instruments and other historical relics. Photography is not allowed in beautiful courtyards.
The interior decoration is very luxurious and worth visiting.
Travel to Bangkok, the cost is not big, you can "eat fragrant, drink spicy", enjoy fresh and vigorous seafood, taste trump-brand fruit, enjoy the world's delicacies. In Bangkok, you can enjoy delicacies from all over the world, but most restaurants are dominated by Western food. Overseas Chinese in Bangkok are more concentrated, and there are many Chinese restaurants. There are more than 100 restaurants specializing in Chinese cuisine. They serve Fujian and Cantonese cuisine. They can even eat quite authentic Chaozhou fish-egg noodles.
The shape of Thai palace in ancient times is different from that of China. It belongs to the lower round palace, so it has local characteristics.