Mrigadayavan Palace, Cha-am

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Cha-am fast, fun, and easy.
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  • Mrigadayavan Palace, one of the summer palaces of King Rama VI, is a beautiful and very interesting historic site. You can walk around the palace on a self-guided tour or you can join a tour group...  more »
  • We first visited this palace many years ago before the Thais realised it's potential. Then you could wander at will and it was divine. Now it is commercialised and spoilt, even the history has...  more »

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