Historical place. Used to be a holiday palace for King Rama the IV. He was very talented in science. The place up there was an amazing view, with groups of architectural buildings with mostly remaining Thai culture influence, partly western influence. Some part of it is a museum as well. There are 2 ways to go up there, 1 is to walk up (be careful of the monkeys - they will take bags and foods from you). 1 is to take a cable car which you will have to pay for it (40 baht I think). On top of that to be able to visit the place, I think you have to pay around 150 baht as well. Would be worth it if you would like to learn more about Thailand's heritage and appreciate.
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