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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.
The Pavilion, utilized as the royal seat to witness the elephant round up, is situated north of the city island. In the past wild elephants would be trained here to become war or transport animals. It is thought that in ...
A few miles down the Maenam Chao Phraya from Ayutthaya is the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. The site was first used by the royal court as a summer retreat in the 17th century. However, the Palace was destroyed with the fall ...
This ruin of the royal residence for summer retreats is on the east bank of the Pasak River. It was used by various Kings of Ayutthaya as a temporary camp en route a visit to the Lord Buddha's Footprint in Saraburi or a ...
Probably the most visited and remembered landmark ofThailand, The Grand Palace inBangkokis where every visitor must pay a visit at least once in their lifetime. The construction of the Grand Palace began in 1782 during t...