The grounds and different temples here are absolutely breathtaking! Every direction you look there is something new and interesting to see. Unfortunately the palace can get very crowded, and it is relatively expensive at 400 baht, but it is a can't miss destination in Bangkok. Try to go early, and make sure you bring pants and a shirt that comes down to your elbows, otherwise you will be forced to rent or buy clothing there. Also, don't miss the Queen's Thai Silk Museum on the grounds that is included in the price of your ticket. (Plus it is a nice air-conditioned break from the rest of the sights)
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