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Temple of Wat Yanasangwararam Woramahawihan

Temple of Wat Yanasangwararam Woramahawihan

4.4/5109 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Site
Grand Palace

Grand Palace

4.4/59,809 Reviews
Palace
8:30-15:30, closed when there is a royal ceremony. (Local time)
Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace is close to the Chao Phraya River and is a symbol of the Bangkok dynasty. It is also the first choice for tourists to go to Thailand. It is the royal palace of the first to eighth Thai emperors of the Bangkok dynasty and still used for ceremonies such as coronation and celebration. The Grand Palace comprises intermingled building groups totaling 22. The main building group has 4 distinctive palaces and the Jade Buddha Temple. Buildings are in Siamese style and bring together the best of Thai painting, sculpture and decorative art.
Chumphonket Udomsak Monument

Chumphonket Udomsak Monument

4.6/55 Reviews
Historical Site
Mini Angkor Wat

Mini Angkor Wat

4.5/5201 Reviews
Historical Site
Monday-Sunday 8:30-15:30. (Local time)
Mini Angkor Wat is located inside the Bangkok Grand Palace just in front of Emerald Buddha Temple. A miniature reproduction of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, it is a very beautiful example of Khmer style. It is located here because during King Rama V’s reign, present-day Cambodia was a territory of Siam. However, because this is an intricately designed miniature imitation of Angkor Wat, there is no way to go inside. However, it makes for beautiful pictures and may inspire visitors to travel to the real Angkor Wat.
Jim Thompson House

Jim Thompson House

4.4/5266 Reviews
Famous Residences
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
The Jim Thompson House is a cluster of buildings covered in greenery and the former home of Jim Thompson, an American silk entrepreneur and art collector. The entire building comprises a classic Thai-style garden. Thompson collected a variety of abandoned Thai houses and structures in central Thailand and reassembled them in 1959. Comprising six buildings, the exterior is centered around a red color, with the structure suspended over a small canal. There is a yard in the middle filled with flowers and plants—a beautiful sight to behold.
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace

Maruekhathaiyawan Palace

4.4/5366 Reviews
Palace
Thursday - Tuesday 8:30-16:30 (Local time)
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace (or Palace of Love and Hope) is located on the coastline of Hua Hin. It is a fresh and elegant royal palace, with yellow goose pillars and pale blue walls that provide an atmosphere of relaxation and luxury. The palace was built by King Rama VI in hopes that his love would give him a little prince. However, when a princess was born, Rama VI immigrated to Switzerland to settle down. The palace is a raised on stilts built of teak and supported by 1080 pillars. There are a total of 16 pavilions on stilts, all connected by covered boardwalks. It features a beautiful sea view and the opportunity to get a taste of royal living.
Klai Kang Won Palace

Klai Kang Won Palace

3.9/537 Reviews
Palace
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park

4.5/5161 Reviews
Palace
8:30-17:30, the cable car is out of service at 17:00 (Local time)
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park is located in the hills of Phetchaburi. King Rama IV loved the spirit of hills, so he ordered a palace to be built on the foothills and named it “Phra Nakhon Khiri”, meaning “City in the Mountains”, which has now been converted into Phra Nakhon Khili Historical Park. A cable car ride to Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park offers not only a view of the charming “city in the mountains”, but also a bird’s-eye view of Hua Hin’s landscape and gorgeous skyline.
Giant Swing

Giant Swing

4.5/511 Reviews
Historical Site
Wat Mai Samran

Wat Mai Samran

3/51 Reviews
Historical Site
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