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Designed by His Majesty King Rama VI in 1923 and is a superb example of classic raised Thai architechure. Of particular note are three two-storied wooden pavilions facing out to sea. Halls are linked together throughout the palace and there are residential areas for royal consort members and…
Mrigadayavan Palace. Situated in Cha-am in the province of Phetchaburi, Thailand, Mrigadayavan Palace was a seaside palace of His Majesty King Vajiravudh or King Rama VI who ruled Siam from 1910 to 1925.
พระราชนิเวศน์มฤคทายวัน มรดกทางประวัติศาสตร์และสถาปัตยกรรมอันล้ำค่าเป็น อาคารไม้ที่งดงามยิ่ง สร้างขึ้นด้วยไม้สักทองทั้งหลัง ตั้งอยู่ท่ามกลางธรรมชาติของพรรณไม้ร่มรื่นและหาดทรายขาว
This Thai-Victorian teak wood palace was built in the 1920s by Rama VI. The buildings, beach and extensive grounds are open to visitors. Double check opening times as it is currently being renovated!
About 20 mins drive from Hua Hin Town but worth the trip. An 18th Century beach residence of King Rama VI, all built and designed using a modular wood building system. This wonderful teak palace are designed by Italian Architects, German Engineers and built by the Chinese craftsman and wood worker…
Designed by King Rama VI in 1923 and is a superb example of classic Thai architecture. The Palace is open to the public daily from 08.00-16.00 and is worth a visit for a glimpse back into Thailand's Royal past. The Palace is now fully restored and prides itself on being the longest golden teak…
It is a place of Thai history. Should go to study the beautiful beaches by the sea.
Maruekatayawan Palace. This was designed by His Majesty King Rama VI in 1923 and is a superb example of classic raised Thai architechure. Of particular note are three two-storied wooden pavilions facing out to sea. Halls are linked together throughout the palace and there are residential areas for…
A palace of teak wood with nice gardens on the beach front.The palace is situated by the beach between Cha Am and Hua Hin.
Very traditional, old palace where the royal family used to visit every year round.
The summer seaside palace, often referred to as "the palace of love and hope is located midway between Cha-am and Hua Hin. It was built in 1923 under the royal command of King Rama VI using golden teakwood from the demolished Hat Chao Samran Palace.
Thai-Victorian style summer seaside palace was constructed in the early 1920s during the reign of King Rama VI. It was designed by an Italian architect and built with golden teak
Wooden summer palace of Rama VI. The athmosphere and wooden structure are unique. There is also really interesting souvenier shop with great iced drinks. Entry fee is reasonable but check when it is open.