Suan Pakkad is made of interconnected exhibits, some more interesting than others. Reception suggested where I should start and how I should go about wandering and I followed it. Started off with some recovered artifacts from Thai ancestors. Then went on to see historical furniture and sculptures. The next few exhibits were about buddhas, temples and sacred text, traditional Thai theater (with the masks and the dancing) and royal family artifacts. There's a garden in the midst of all this and a replica of a barge.
A very interesting walk around. Entrance was 100 baht with a free fan.
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