The most famous palaces in Thailand for dream girls

 Thailand is always in the list of places attracting the most tourists in Asia. This place not only attracts tourists by the splendid beautiful temples but also in palaces with unique architecture.

The most famous palaces in Thailand attract tourists thanks to their unique architecture and legendary stories. These Thailand tourist destinations prove that the country not only has a rich culinary scene, golden pagodas or beautiful beaches, but magnificent and magnificent palaces are also something you should not miss. 

Grand Palace

The Royal Palace of Thailand Grand Palace is located in the heart of Bangkok capital, so it is known and visited by many tourists. This place is always the pride of the Thai people. Possessing a large area, a 2km2 campus, this place includes 3 areas: royal offices, temples built in 1772 and the Palace.

Inside the palace is composed of small palaces, most notably Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. This small palace is surrounded by gold leaves imported from Italy, around the tower is the mascot of Thailand: elephants. In addition, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) is also a famous place in the Grand Palace. The temple was built in 1785, including 100 high-rise buildings with typical Buddhist architectural style. 

Inside the Grand Palace is also a Buddha statue made from elaborate jade. This place is also regularly chosen as the venue for many important events in the land of Golden Temple. 

Address: Na Phra Lan Road close to Mi Nam living in Bangkok
Opening time: 8:30 - 16:00 daily
Ticket price 500 baht / person (about 350,000 VND)

Vimanmek Mansion Summer Palace

If you have traveled to Thailand , you cannot miss the Vimanmek Mansion summer palace. It was built during the reign of King Rama V in 1901. Although located on the outskirts of Thailand, this famous palace in Thailand is still known by many tourists. 

Vimanmek Mansion consists of 3 floors with 81 rooms made of yellow teak wood, so the whole palace is very cool. Ben in the palace often displays ancient objects such as the king's throne, golden Buddha statues and exquisite sculptures, pictures of the queen and the king ...

Although it is smaller than the Grand Palace, the summer palace still impresses visitors because of its cool space, there is no need to walk too much to explore every corner. 

Address: Behind the National Assembly building of Thailand
Opening time: 8:30 - 16:00
Admission fee: 100 baht / person (about 75,000 VND)

Chitralada Palace

Chitralada Palace is home to King Rama IX and Queen Sirikit. This place is a unique combination of Western and Eastern architectural styles. Dressed in a luxurious appearance and completely different from other most famous palaces in Thailand . This place has created a different and special charm. 

Inside the palace, there are many beautiful green jade Buddha statues because in the past, the king believed that Buddha statues would bring luck to his family. The palace was also not too large, like a royal palace. At the end of the day, Chitralada Palace also attracts visitors for its Thai cultural performances. You should wear discreet clothes, avoid wearing skirts when visiting here. 

Address: Royal Square, Dusit Palace, Thailand
Opening time: 9:30 - 16:00 daily (Not open on Monday)
Admission fee: 50 Baht (only 35,000 VND)


Sudanese Palace Pakkad

Suan Pakkad Palace was built in 1952, where Prince Chumbhot Bongse Paribatra used to live with his wife, Pantip Paribatra. Suan Pakkad Palace is also nicknamed Cabbage Palace, because there are lots of cabbage grown around it. Suan Pakkad Palace has 8 floors, all made of wood looking very luxurious and modern. 

The entire interior is kept intact as before. Furniture is carefully selected, detailed and meticulously by the owner, including imported goods from abroad. The most prominent is probably the throne of sophisticated dragon design. The surrounding space is planted with many trees, so it feels very pleasant and airy. 

Address: Phetchaburi Road, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi, Bangkok

Opening hours from 9am to 16pm

Entrance fee: 100 Baht (about 75,000 VND) 

Ananta Samakhom Palace

Ananta Samakhom Palace is one of the palaces with the most lavish and magnificent architecture in Thailand. The architecture here is a combination of Renaissance Italian and Thai styles. All walls and details are made of high quality marble. 

Ananta Samakhom consists of 3 floors, the second floor of the palace is the place where the ancient throne of the king is located and the dome of the palace is sculpted with a beautiful ancient painting. Ananta Samakhom Palace is regularly selected as the place where important royal rites take place. Currently, Ananta Samakhom Palace is the place to welcome heads of state and take place at national meetings. 

Address: 71 Uthong Nai Alley, Khwaeng Dusit, Khet Dusit, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10300, Thailand
Ticket price: 100 Baht (about 75,000 VND) 
Opening time from 8 am - 17 pm

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