Mrigadayavan Palace, Cha-am

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Originally a royal residence designed by King Vajiravudh, today Mrigadayavan Palace remains famous for its 16 teak buildings with a Thai-Victorian architectural style. Explore the seaside complex's elevated walkways, supported by over 1,000 concrete pillars, and then check out the nearby nature trail leading through a mangrove swamp on wooden platforms. Keep in mind a dress code is enforced, so wear long pants or a skirt and a shirt with sleeves. Start your trip to Cha-am by creating a personalized itinerary on Inspirock.
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  • The place was nice, with a really peaceful ambiance, unfortunately most of the areas were under renovation so there were some places that we could not get to.  more »
  • Many areas are not for visitors to enter, so you can only walk around to see, the whole of the hinterland is very big, but there is no special scene, go to the point where you want to go out of the place, do not have to come specially.
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  • The inside is very beautiful. If it is not modestly dressed tourists need to get the fabric from the front and then put it to the. Clean, beautiful on the inside
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  • Seaside palace it's kinda hot for me. The place is good for learning history abt King Rama VI. But the place that i would recommend at the Mrigadayavan is Tea Room get after noon tea set. Listen to old style Thai music. Enjoy Thai desserts. such a great pleasure.
  • You can walk around the palace with proper outfit. If you don't have long trousers there is a place where you can rent one for free. The palace is next to the ocean and the architect is very elegant and beautiful But if you come under the big sun then you may have sweat alot.
  • Still under renovation and it seems that it will be not competed before years. Short pant is not accepted for foreigners (need to cover legs with a sarong). It is not requested for Thai people. Interesting for a walk, but nothing's special.
  • Summer palace of King Rama VI l. Built in 1924. The place in under refurbishment in 2017 and partly closed off.
  • A beautiful garden and renovated buildings. Very quiet and peaceful. This place is a bit far, we book a van to go there (and other attractions), some people take cab there, not sure about public transport availability. Go there early, as it closed at 4pm. Free admission, but extra 30 baht to access more places and exhibits. We were late, so we just walk around the palace, the garden and site seeing. Proper attire, strictly no shorts, you have to cover your shoulders to knees. Sarong provided outside of the entrance.

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Where to stay in Cha-am

Cha-am generally has two types of accommodations: midrange or luxury short-term rental apartments complete with kitchens and other amenities, and beachside hotels more suited to the budget-conscious visitor. Head here on weekdays to get better deals on both apartments and hotels. Alternatively, arrange to stay at one of the numerous guesthouses and homestays along the beach road, as well as a little farther out of town.
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