Examples include the Grand Palace, the first royal residence of Rattanakosin; Bang Khun Phrom Palace, an ancient Thai palace over 100 years old; Bang Pa-In Royal Palace, an Ancient Palace from the Ayutthaya period; and beachside royal residences like Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, a summer palace from King Rama VI's reign. Since Thailand's royal palaces are considered royal grounds, there are certain dress codes to follow for tourists.
But don't worry, it's not complicated - just dress modestly:
Men: Wear a shirt with sleeves and long pants.
Women: Wear a shirt with sleeves, a skirt that covers the knees, or long pants.
ress Code Advice: Avoid sleeveless shirts, Cropped tank tops, sheer clothing, shorts, Close-fitting, Ripped Jeans and flip-flops. So, if you plan to visit Thailand's royal Palaces, prepare appropriate attire in advance. Although some palaces provide Alternative clothing or cover-ups, dressing appropriately and modestly not only enhances your Travel experience but also shows your respect for Thai Culture, promoting proper dress and preserving the beauty of cultural Tourism rut