7 Reasons You Must Visit An Dusit Palace Park Thailand At Least Once
Dusit Palace Park Thailand is one of beautiful place to visiting in Thailand during vacation. Dusit Palace Park Thailand development dates back to the early 1900s, when King Rama V built the Dusit Palace Park Thailand, a complex of palaces and royal residences he created to escape the heat and chaos of the Grand Palace. The seat of power to this day, there are numerous political institutions, international organisations and royal palaces spread throughout.
Dusit Palace Park Thailand originally constructed on Ko Si Chang in 1868 and moved to the present site in 1910, Vimanmek Teak Mansion contains 81 rooms, halls and anterooms, and is said to be the world’s largest golden-teak building, allegedly built without the use of a single nail. The mansion was the first permanent building on the Dusit Palace Park Thailand grounds, and served as Rama V’s residence in the early 1900s. The interior of the Dusit Palace Park Thailand contains various personal effects of the king and a treasure trove of early Ratanakosin-era art objects and antiques. Compulsory tours (in English) leave every 30 minutes between 9.45am and 3.15pm, and last about an hour.
A good day to catch the stately feel of the district is at December 2, when Dusit Palace Park Thailand hosts the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony. Hundreds of officers of the Royal Guard demonstrate their allegiance to the King by parading around Suan Amporn, which is right next to King Rama V’s statue.
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