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Architecturally Inspiring And A Fascinating Insight Into Thailand's Rich Culture, Bangkok's Heritage Is Reflected In Its Palaces And Mansions. Bangkok's Number One Attraction, The Grand Palace Is Breathtakingly Exquisite. Shimmering In Gold, Alongside The Temple Of The Emerald Buddha, It Represents The Best In Thai Traditions. After That, Don't Forget To Visit Vimanmek Mansion, The World's Biggest Wooden Building Made From Golden Teak - Fascinating! Take A Closer Look At Some Of The Capital's Other Cultural Gems For An Insight Into This Fascinating City.

Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall

The decidely moorish Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall was completed in 1904. It is just east of the Vimanmek Mansion across a small canal. The small one-storey building was used exclusively for state occassions such as receiving foreign ambassadors, during the time of the Dusit Palace.

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Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall

The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is a former reception hall within Dusit Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. It now serves as a

One year after the completion of the Amphorn Satharn Villa within the Dusit Palace in 1906, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) commissioned the construction of a reception hall...

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Baiyoke Tower II

The Baiyoke Tower II, located on 222 Rajprarop Road in the Ratchathewi district of Bangkok, Thailand, is the country's tallest building.

It contains the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia and the fourth-tallest all-hotel structure in the world, with 673 guest rooms.
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Democracy Monument

The Democracy Monument is a public monument occupies a traffic circle on the wide east-west Ratchadamnoen Klang Road, at the intersection of Dinso Road.

The monument is roughly halfway between Sanam Luang, the former royal crematio...

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Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

For just about 150 years, Bangkok's Grand Palace was not only the home of the King and his court, but also the entire administrative seat of government. Within the crenelated walls were the country's war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Thai Kings stopped living in the palace full ...

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King Rama I The Great Memorial

Built in commemoration of Bangkok’s 150th anniversary celebrations in 1932, the monument is situated at the foot of Pathom Boromrachanuson or Rama I the Great Memorial Bridge on the Bangkok side.

King Rama I was the first kin...

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King Rama III Memorial

The monument was built by the Fine Arts Department in 1990 near the Royal Reception Pavilion in front of Wat Ratchanatdaram on Ratchadamnoen Road. The bronze statue, half larger than life size, is seated on a throne. The surrounding area is decorated with beautiful plants, with the Royal Receptio...

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King Rama IV Statue

The Prabat Somdej Pramongkudklao Monument (King Rama IV Statue) is located in front of Lumphini Park, the statue was sculpted by Professor Corado Feroci, or Silpa Bhirasri as he was called by his Thai name, who gave it a final touch on 7 June, 1941...

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King Rama V Equestrian Monument

The King Rama V Equestrian Monument is the first monument dedicated to a Thai king. It stands in the Royal Plaza to the south of Dusit Garden, Bangkok. The monument depicts King Rama V astride a magnificent stallion riding high on a pedestal. The majestic dome of the Ananta Samakorn Throne Hall i...

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