Thailand
Thailand Travel Guide

       

Bangkok
Thailand
Bangkok
Bangkok

Grand Palace
Constructed simultaneously with the establishment of Bangkok or Krung Rattanakosin by King Rama I the Great, the complex covers a total area of 132 rai and comprises 3 major quarters; namely. Phra Maha Prasat - the throne halls, Phra Ratchamonthian Sathan - royal residences and Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram - Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Information
Attraction Type:
Palace, Museum
Address: On the right side of the main entrance of Wat Phra Kaeo
Sub-District: Phra Borommaharatchawang
District: Phra Nakhon
City: Bangkok
Boat: Tha Chang (N9)
 
Bangkok
Bangkok

King Rama VI Statue
Located in front of Lumphini Park, the statue was sculpted by Professor Corado Feroci, or Silpa Bhirasri as he was called by his Thai name, who gave it a final touch on 7 June, 1941. It was open on 27 March, 1942.
Information
Open:
Daily
Nearby attractions: Lumpni park
Address: Rama IV and Ratchadamri
Admission:
Free








Bangkok
Bangkok

National Museum
The national Museum exhibits a large variety of antiquities and objects d'art, which represent the cultural heritage of Thailand and neighboring countries.
Information
Attraction Type:
Museum, Art
Nearby attractions: Wat Phra Kaew, Sanam Luang Park, Wat Mahathat
Address: Na Phrathat Road
Sub-District:
Phraborommaharatchawang
District:
Phra Nakhon
City:
Bangkok






Bangkok
Bangkok

Suan Pakkad Palace
Located in Sri Ayutthaya Road, this complex of five Thai-style houses was once the residence of one of Thailand's leading art collectors.
Bangkok
Bangkok

Jim Thopmson House
This collection of traditional Thai-style houses, fashioned into one dwelling, belongs to the man who helped restore the Thai silk Industry after World War II, and today, preserved as a museum, contains a priceless collection of Asian objects d' art. The canalside museum is located in Soi Kasemsan 2 on Rama I Road opposite the National Stadium.
Bangkok
Bangkok

Vimanmek Mansion Dusit Palace
The world’s largest
golden teakwood mansion

This is the world's largest golden teak building located in the compound of the Dusit Palace on Ratchawithi road.
Bangkok
Bangkok

Royal Barges Museum
Thailand's ornately carved and decorated Royal Barges are displayed in boatsheds on Khlong (Canal) Bangkok Noi, just off the Chao Phraya River near Phra Pin Klao Bridge on the Thon Buri side.
   

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