Bang Pa-In Palace
Inside the palace, there are numerous beautiful and interesting attractions as follows:
Aisawanthipphaya – A pavilion is located in the middle of a pond built in the era of King Rama V. There is the image of the king in the royal uniform of a field marshal.
Hem Monthian Thewarat Tower or Phra Chao Prasat Thong shrine is a stupa in Cambodian style. An image of Phra Chao Prasat Thong can be seen.
Varopas Piman Pavillion is a two-storey building in Corinthian order style including throne and stateroom.
Uthayan Phum Sathian Pavillion is the main pavilion of Bang Pa-In Palace. The original two-storey pavilion made of wood and painted green was lost in a fire and building was rebuilt in concrete.
Withun Tassana Tower is a three-storey building, round on the top which is used to be a telescope viewpoint.
More attractions are not mentioned here. You have to go and visit yourself to experience how spectacular this palace is.
How to get there
Take a train to Bang Pa-In from Bangkok. Taxis and motorbikes or motor-tricycles are available at the station.