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Pa La U Waterfalls (Hua Hin)
Pa La U Waterfalls (Hua Hin)
West of Hua Hin, about an hour inland you will find the picturesque waterfalls.   We nice sized falls and swimming holes its a great way to spend ha ...
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Palaces

Palaces

There are minor palaces around the country used by the Royal Family for summer and winter retreats, however the major palaces as you would expect are in and around the capital of Bangkok.

 

The most famous is the Grand Palace in the centre of Bangkok and the Royal Summer Palace at Bang Pa-in just outside of Bangkok. With the Grand Palace you must conform to palace etiquette in that you cannot wear singlets or shorts, but shirts or blouses and at least shorts or pants covering your knees.

 

Please note that you also cannot wear open toed shoes like sandals or thongs/flip flops.

Royal Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (Bangkok)

Open daily except on national holidays, the 61 acre Royal Grand Palace and adjacent temple Wat Phra Kaew is the top tourist destination in Bangkok.   ...
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Royal Summer Palace Bang Pa-In (Bangkok)

North of Bangkok in Ayutthaya is the Royal Summer Palace.   Best visited on a Ayutthaya day tour from Bangkok by car, bus or by river boat, this stu ...
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Suan Pakkard Palace and Museum (Bangkok)

Decorated with 17th century murals in gold leaf and magnificent wooden carvings, the Suan Pakkard Palace is well worth the visit.   It is worth visi ...
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