Mrigadayavan Palace, Cha-am
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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. See Mrigadayavan Palace and all Cha-am has to offer by arranging your trip with our Cha-am trip builder.
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華欣很值得造訪的景點 入口是個管制哨 看起來不像景點 跟門口的軍人打聲招呼即可進入 雖然海灘不能進入還有皇宮內部不能拍照 不過裡面陳設的皇室文物很值得一看
You must visit this place if you stay in Cha Am. One of the best King Palace of Thailand you can see. It was a very good time during my stay.
This is a royalty place and with all royalty/religious places, you are required to wear decently to the place. Hence, no short pants, skirts, tight jeans/pants, sleeveless shirt, etc. It's advisable t... read more »
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