This site is included in the ticket of the imperial palace. It is not within the palace grounds and may be missed unless you are aware of it and include it in your tour.
The building is of european design. Beautiful. You are not allowed though to take pictures of it even from the outside. Even our guide didn't know why. We were lucky though because it was graduation day and they allowed the graduates to have their pictures taken in front of the building. So we were able to take some shots.
The inside is like walking into a European palace but the frescoes on the ceiling are all Thai. The building houses many works of Thai art, commemoration gifts to the king and queen. It is a testament to Thailand's culture and arts. The craftsmanship is so impressive, exquisitely detailed from the silk tapestries to the gold and silver palanquins and sculptures. I really enjoyed this place.
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