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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum

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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum

352 Reviews
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See the top sights in Bangkok without the hassle of navigating the city’s hectic streets by booking a guided tour that takes you to attractions such as Wat Pho, the Grand Palace, and Chinatown. Ideal for busy travelers who want to see the main attractions in one day, this tour covers your admission to each site so you don’t waste time booking individual tickets.
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Dick Z wrote a review Nov 2020
Bangkok, Thailand2,330 contributions313 helpful votes
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Suan Pakkad or cabbage garden used to be the house of the grandson of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) but is now a museum. There are 8 rooms connected into a spacious house. In the rooms many artefacts from different countries and periods, not only Thai. Pottery, jewellery, carvings, musical instruments etc. Not a typical tourist place, so quiet. If you want to enjoy something different I could recommend to spend around 2 hours here. Photography inside is not allowed and entrance fee is 100 baht.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Einon_E_Mouse wrote a review Feb 2020
Wales, United Kingdom507 contributions338 helpful votes
Our guide suggested going here because it would be cool (temperature-wise!), interesting and quiet - and she was right! The three of us were the only visitors there. Interesting collection of houses and artefacts collected by a member of the Thai Royal Family. A lovely hour spent in the cool - in peace! - in frantic Bangkok.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Argiepee wrote a review Feb 2020
Suzhou, China85 contributions29 helpful votes
Nothing too exciting but if you have time to kill in Bangkok, go for it as it is not very famous to tourists as well. It’s calm and peaceful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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tama maigo wrote a review Jan 2020
North Vancouver, Canada1 contribution1 helpful vote
Very well maintained traditional buildings well connected for easy viewing. Beautiful antiques well presented. Surprisingly not busy at all. So quiet and peaceful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Moira V wrote a review Dec 2019
Istanbul, Turkey58 contributions30 helpful votes
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Have visited Jim Thompson House in previous visits. This is a low key version. Upside? We had the place to ourselves. Lovely Thai houses in a quiet green corner of downtown Bangkok. Phaya Thai sky train station. Exit 4
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Date of experience: November 2019
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