Marukhathaiyawan Palace@Hua Hin::Apr 08::

Posted by bebedotcom on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 Under: *•.♥..Sea...Sand...and Sun

Known as 'The Palace of Love and Hope', a beautiful beachside wooden pavilion used as a royal summer palace of King Rama VI. this palace was built in 1923, with golden teakwood from the demolished Hat Chao Samran Palace. The palace is a two-storey wooden pavilion with series of halls connecting one another, and a long corridor leading to the sea.

This palace is noted for three two - storeyed wooden pavilions facing the sea, and is referred to as "the palace of love and hope". Series of halls are linked together throughout the palace. Residential halls of the royal consort members are located on the right wing. The central group of halls which is the royal residence consist of royal sitting and relaxing rooms, accommodations for close royal servants called Phisan Sakhon Hall, and the reading room.  In
 addition, Samoson Sewakamat Hall, a two-storey open pavilion, is used as a meeting place, and sometimes as a theater. 



In the garden

Next, we went to Phra Nakorn Kiri

Nice Trip!!

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