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Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall

U-Thong Nai Road, Bangkok, Thailand
+66 2 283 9411
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U-Thong Nai Road, Bangkok, Thailand
+66 2 283 9411
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This building is fantastic. The architecture is beautiful with fresco paintings on the ceilings. The hall features gold thrones, silk embroidery, and intricate wood carving. Audio tours are available in 10 languages and are included with the entrance fee (150 baht or 'free' if you...More

1  Thank Jenna B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I loved this place. This is a must watch. The is a dress code, men are required to ware full pants and shirt/T-shirt. Girls long sleeve tops and long skirt. There are clothes available for 200 Bhatt outside if anyone needs to change . I...More

1  Thank isha a
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Exhibition of the Masterpieces is incredible. I particularly enjoyed the teakwood screen carved with scenes from the Himavan Forest.

1  Thank Maughaum
Reviewed August 4, 2017

I enjoyed Thai collections. I can see them in only here. Royal gave farmers good opportunity to get this creative job. At the end, as usual, Thai staff around the Locker was not good at manner. She was rude at the way to speak. I...More

1  Thank 545mariy
Reviewed July 31, 2017

Amazing palace/grounds combination that features Italian architecture in the palace and an oriental temple-like structure on the outer grounds. There is a dress code and lots of visitors, so go early and, hopefully, minimize the tourist groups. I preferred this palace to the Grand Palace:...More

1  Thank Michele_E_11_11
Reviewed July 30, 2017 via mobile

The building houses some of the most awesome artifacts in Thailand. The building itself is a treasure. However, this place is totally and unacceptably overrun with thousands and thousands of people in tour groups arriving by dozens of buses starting an hour before the door...More

1  Thank patrickmeyer
Reviewed July 25, 2017

The art at this attraction is beautiful and unlike anything I've ever seen. What was interesting was the mediums that were used. This attraction displayed elaborate wood carvings, silk embroidery/tapestries and murals using metallic beetle wings. Seeing this museum in the middle of touring outside...More

Thank Andraparrell
Reviewed July 23, 2017

Like in Grand Palace, there are lots of tour groups, BUT they limit how much group can enter at the same period of time (Grand Palace should do the same). For individuals, you have a different entrance and you can go in straight away (less...More

Thank lexadk
Reviewed July 14, 2017 via mobile

Amazing European-style hall with beautiful golden temple-like structure in the front side of the hall. Beautiful and rich collections inside, from wood carving to silk embroidery. Free entrance with the Grand Palace ticket (within 7 days), or buy seperately for 150 THB. Dress properly; long...More

2  Thank Marcelino G
Reviewed July 10, 2017

Nice western-thai architecture and love the interior tour. Make sure you dress in polite manner, long pants is required.

Thank SpoYz S
When wandering around the Dusit Palace grounds, you'd
almost forget you're still in a Southeast-Asian city.
The Renaissance-style buildings and leafy gardens
wouldn't be out of place in an European capital, and
the serenity here is in stark contrast with the
chaotic city life outside of its complex walls. Dusit
is one of Bangkok's oldest districts, and while the
rest of Bangkok is modernising at a rapid pace, Dusit
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Simona L
February 6, 2017|
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Response from Jammy1983 | Reviewed this property |
it's beautiful to see, but i am sure you won't listen to all the details about the items displayed. I was outside again in less than 1 hour.
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Aaq F
January 21, 2017|
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Response from MasSnitwongse | Property representative |
Yes. :)
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Response from MasSnitwongse | Property representative |
The sarong that the museum provided (for 50 baht) could be worn by both men and women. The museum do not take any part or support any vendings outside as it is against the law to sell and buy merchandise on the public steet... More