its like a dolls house its so cute and beautiful. you NEED to be wearing clothes that cover your body, over your shoulders and down to your knees or they will make you buy stuff to cover yourself, that's men and women. largest teak house in the world. so very very expensive and unique, much more of a lived in feel than the other palaces, but unfortunately no photo's. worth a visit as its such a charming contrast from everything else in Bkk. no cameras phones wallets bags etc, you pay to put these in storage and you are searched more than an airport which is strange though
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