After half a day of viewing the ruined city, it was a good contrast to visit the 19th Century palace of the King Monghut, the King, who employed Anna as tutor to his children. The whole site can be viewed from his observation tower. The Pavilion which houses his palatial bedroom, and throne room, is impressive. The collection of Buddha images and artifacts rivals those of the main museum. We had the place to ourseives when we visited.
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