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Mrigadayavan Palace

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Mrigadayavan Palace

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Edna H wrote a review Yesterday
Colchester, United Kingdom1 contribution
We first visited this palace many years ago before the Thais realised it's potential. Then you could wander at will and it was divine. Now it is commercialised and spoilt, even the history has been tampered with and the sweet love story mangled. It has been under renovation for years! It is merely a chance to grab money. We first sawThis palace about 20 years ago and have checked it out every year since so we know it very well.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Janka K wrote a review Feb 2020
Brno, Czech Republic3,645 contributions204 helpful votes
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The place itself is wonderful. Compared to other buildings in Thailand, it's really unique and you can enjoy something not traditional, for a change. What I minded a bit was that the visitors need to fit into dress-code, which was presented to us at the place. Even through I has skirt that ended under my knees, I was chosen to provide some personal information to the staff and to put an additional piece of clothes on me. Dress-code of some other visitors was overlooked. I felt like the staff needed to pick someone just to show that they do something and I was the randomly chosen one. Walking around in extra clothes made me sweaty and uncomfortable.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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teddie2 wrote a review Jan 2020
Leeds111 contributions25 helpful votes
I loved this place, it’s very tranquil, and so much history Down side, you can’t or rather we were not allowed on 2nd floor, a common theme from other reviews we read. Such a shame as it would put all the info about the royal family and their lives here so much more in content if you could visit at least some of the rooms. We didn’t go on a tour, just took ourselves, so might be worth finding out if organised tours get better access to the rooms Lovely gardens Great exhibition on the kings from King Rama1 to the present king king Rama X Nice collections of cafes outside which are reasonably priced. Be warned the palace is closed Wednesday
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sean H wrote a review Jan 2020
Roodepoort, South Africa58 contributions30 helpful votes
Visited in December and got there early to avoid the tour bus crowds. Very interesting site to walk around and get a feel of the place. Great for photographs and spending some time out. Nice shop at the exit selling small snacks and souvenirs Large gardens that are shaded. They do have a dress code but don't worry they will have a traditional Thai type sarong that they give you and help put on. The Thais found it amusing to see a Farang with traditional wear on - as usual with Thai people its all in good faith. There are shops on the outside of the site selling food and drinks- we had some food at the one next to the old gas station and all of the food was good.We also bought some shopping bags and t-shirts right next to tje restaurant . All the people were pleasant inside the compound and out.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dominique B wrote a review Jan 2020
Hua Hin, Thailand16 contributions3 helpful votes
That place is one of the most beautiful place that you must visit and cannot miss it during your stay in Hua Hin... It's very clean and very very well maintened . Everything lokk nice and so authentic as a colonnial style...
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Date of experience: February 2019
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