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All reviews king rama vi teak wood the ground floor first floor on stilts dress code under renovation hua hin sea breeze open to the public italian architect beautiful architecture off limits worth a visit old trees cover up tuk tuk
a lovely place to walk around, no idea why we had to cover up as the king doesnt live there anymore it was just tourists. !!!! very well kept area, there was renovation going on but it did not really spoil any of the experience,...More
Our taxi driver told us this is one of the two palaces for Thai king no. 9. The other palace is in Bkk.
This palace is facing the sea. The structure is unique, especially the "light blue tint" on the windows which is soothing, calming...More
A lovely way to spend the afternoon strolling around the palace grounds. It’s a shame your not able to go inside any of the buildings to see the carvings etc but the walk through the gardens is beautiful. It cost 30B per person and you...More
We knew the M palace was a must see in Hua Hin as my friend and i do not visit temples. Unfortunately the palace is undergoing renovations so there were only a few sections and items to visit. Even the main gate was being repainted...More
This palace is more original than others in Thailand. Like the Vimanek palace in Bangkok, it is all teak wood, but bigger and more spread out. It is still under renovation, but the walk around the grounds is tranquil and beautiful. A cup of tea...More
It is currently under some renovations and it is therefore not possible to see it all.
However what can be seen is excellent.
It's a shame there is so little to help guide visitors around.
Signs are scarce and most are only in Thai.