Vimanmek Mansion Tour

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What You'll Do
  • Experience a great way to get an idea of how the Thai Royals lived is to visit the Vimanmek Palace in Dusit district in Bangkok
  • Enjoy the company of a local guide with experience
  • Explore the work of several national artists of the time and even old portraits of the royal family
Billed as the world's largest teakwood building, Vimanmek Mansion was built as a royal residence in the first few years of the twentieth century. It was only used for a few years before it fell into disuse and was largely forgotten until the early XVIII.
What to Expect
You'll be picked up at your hotel.

Visit one of the most important landmarks in Bangkok – the Vimanmek Palace or Mansion, once a former royal residence built in 1900 by King Rama V, and believed to be the world's largest teakwood palace with elaborate architectural style and serves as a showcase for Thai national heritage 31 exhibit rooms covering the throne hall, the royal bedrooms and bathrooms. There are numerous displays of Thai arts such as ivory, silverware, crystal and ceramics. You can also visit the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall and the villa Hong Suan.

At the end of your tour you'll return to your hotel for rest.
What's Included
  • Transport
  • Local guide
  • Admission fees
  • Mineral water
What's Not Included
  • Personal expenses
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Your hotel in Bangkok

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