Suan Pakkad Palace Museum That Will Motivate You Visiting Thailand
Suan Pakkad Palace Museum Thailand is one of beautiful place to visiting in Thailand during vacation. An overlooked treasure, Suan Pakkad Palace Museum Thailand is a collection of eight traditional wooden Thai houses that was once the residence of Princess Chumbon of Nakhon Sawan and before that a lettuce farm (in Thai, Suan Pakkad means Lettuce Farm). Suan Pakkad Palace Museum Thailand have the stilt buildings are displays of art, antiques and furnishings, and the landscaped grounds are a peaceful oasis complete with ducks, swans and a semienclosed garden.
The diminutive Lacquer Pavilion, at the back of the complex, dates from the Ayuthaya period and features gold-leaf Jataka and Ramayana murals, as well as scenes from daily Ayuthaya life. Suan Pakkad Palace Museum Thailand building originally sat in a monastery compound on Mae Nam Chao Phraya, just south of Ayuthaya. Larger residential structures at the front of the complex contain displays of Khmer-style Hindu and Buddhist art, Ban Chiang ceramics and a very interesting collection of historic Buddhas, including a beautiful late U Thong–style image.