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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…
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.
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…
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.
It is a place of Thai history. Should go to study the beautiful beaches by the sea.