Royal Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin

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Royal Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin

Royal Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin
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Guru Chillaxi
Bangkok, Thailand369 contributions
Tribute to King Rama 3 at his statue
Mar 2019
Learning from a previous review on this location that tourists could not enter a restricted area in most of their visit. That's partially true, still, there is the day that you may be able to enter the restricted area as an invited guests to join King's Rama the 3rd birthday ceremony. The houses of relatives to royal family and some government agency representatives are invited and gather to pay a respect to King Rama 3 at his statue. The day is March 31st of every year. The ceremony starts quite early in the morning around 8 o'clock and ends around 10 o'clock. If anyone by any chance can be there, it's worth to observe before you visit nearby temple such as Wat Ratchanadda and Wat Thepthidaram which were built during King Rama 3 reign.
Written October 6, 2019
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madeleinbooth
Zhengzhou, China102 contributions
Lovely!
Feb 2018
Beautiful building. I read somewhere the King use it to receive other diplomats and important visitors. One can't go in, but can see a lot looking in. Beautiful ceiling decorations. Lots of bling, but it suits the type of building in Thailand. Beautiful gardens surrounding the pavilion.
Written December 15, 2018
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Rajesh Karkera
Mangalore, India479 contributions
Great place to spend in quiet
Jul 2018 • Family
This is a royal pavilion where the kind would stay whenever a royal guest is scheduled to meet him. The place mostly is off limits, but its very peaceful place during night hours. Very clean and kept well. Very close to Khaosan road and also famous Thipsamai restaurant. I got a chance to see this place thrice at night as I was staying very close to this place.
Written July 23, 2018
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Wandering Traveler
Bridgeboro, GA2,651 contributions
Its a restricted area no entrance
Nov 2017 • Solo
This is a pavilion in a very neat little park. The retaining walls can be sat on. The pavilion is off limits, signage stating no entrance. The construction is very good with a lot of details.
Written November 16, 2017
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leuveen
United Kingdom942 contributions
Monument within a park
Sep 2017 • Solo
It's not easy to describe what is this place - something like small park with monument and small buildings, rather pretty but next to the very busy road. If you are passing by, you may consider checking it out.
Written September 11, 2017
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JoshShoeString
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia895 contributions
Landmark Pavilion
Sep 2016 • Solo
Many POIs are surrounding here i.e. Loha Prasat, Mahakan Fort, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall, Queen's Gallery, King Prajadhipok Museum, Wat Saket, Democracy Monument, etc. Easily accessible via Khlong Saen Seab terminal pier at Panfa Leelart.
Written September 16, 2016
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,110 contributions
Set like a park
Mar 2015 • Family
This is a pavilion built in 1989 for the king to welcome visiting royal visitors and dignitaries. Located along Ratchadamnoem Avenue, it is set like a park and open to visitors. Visit this together with the Democracy Monument.
Written August 22, 2015
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molecular_4u
Brisbane, Australia641 contributions
Interesting but be careful of scammers
We were accosted by a group of scammers who attempted to lure us into a tuktuk with the offer of a free ride. In my experiences in thailand nothing is free. We declined and walked.
This place is amazing. Rich in architecture both thai and victorian. It goes on and on so a guide is essential.
Ladies be respectful in what you wear. Long trousers or jeans are a good tip.
We loved it and I'm sure you will too.

👍👍👍
Written April 16, 2015
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Charn P
Bangkok, Thailand4,039 contributions
The Crossroad of All Landmarks.
Jan 2015 • Couples

The Royal Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin is actually the crossroad of several landmarks in Bangkok. Stand at the Royal Pavilion facing the Golden Mount, the Loha Prasat is to your right, the Rachadamneon Ave is to your left and the Democratic Monument is behind you. Therefore a visit to this Royal Pavilion and all its surrounding landmarks is a must. In order to cover all the sites, it is important to time yourself so that the sun and the heat do not effect your visit. It is best to start around 3:00 p.m. onward with the Loha Prasat since it is well shaded, follow by the Golden Mount, and ending with the walk on Rachadamneon Ave with the Democratic Monument as the final site. Now you are well covered in this important junction.
Written January 24, 2015
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,365 contributions
Attractive open grounds next to Wat Ratchanatdaram
Apr 2014 • Couples
The Royal Thai Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin is an attractive, garden-like area next to Wat Ratchanatdaram on Ratchanatdaram Avenue.

This is an open area built in 1989 and is free to visit. Here you can find a Monument to King Rama III as well as a large pavilion for the King to use when meeting Royal visitors. There are several smaller pavilions and the grounds are well manicured and include nice flower beds.

Unfortunately, there is a protest camp setup at Mahakan Fort, which is just across the street from the Royal Thai Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin, making this a less desirable place to visit presently. Hopefully these troubles will deescalate soon.

Other interesting attractions in the area include the Democracy Monument and the Wat Saket (Golden Mount) which is across the canal.
Written May 18, 2014
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