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Want to try your hand at Muay Thai? Looking to indulge and pamper yourself at a spa? Have you wished you could paint like an artist? Visit Thailand and you can see and do allof these and even more.
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QUEEN SAVANG VADHAVA MUSEUM, BANGKOK

Not only can you walk around absorbing
the history in this exclusive museum located in
a current-residence palace learning about Her
Majesty Queen Savang Vadhana, the Queen
Grandmother of King Rama IX and other
occasions the place served, including the time
King Rama IX’s Prince father and Princess
mother got married, but on some Saturdays,
there are also handcraft and cooking
workshops, royal Thai style. Note that the
museum is only open for few months a year
and reservations are highly recommended.

Srapathum Palace, 195 Phayathai Road, Bangkok.
Tel. +66 (0) 2252 1965
www.facebook.com/queensavangmuseum,
www.queensavang.org

PHYA THAI PALACE, BANGKOK

Easily one of the best palaces to visit as
for its convenient access—few minutes walk
from a BTS station. Built during King Rama
V’s reign, the buildings, with no surprise, show
off European influence. Walk around the place
in one fine evening and see Thai version of
Romanesque and Gothic interpretation,
initially built as a kind of farmhouse for the
king. Also a good chance to visit Cafe de
Norasingha, one of the first cafes in Thailand,
for a sip of history, if not just coffee.

315 Ratchawithi Road, Bangkok
Tel. +66 (0) 2354 7987
www.phyathaipalace.org,
www.facebook.com/PhyathaiPalace

Nailert Park Heritage Home, Bangkok

Come and visit the century-old Thai teak
house that shows off how brilliant Nai Lert,
one of the early Thai billionaires, was. The
one-storey twin house was specially built with
double-decked wide roof that made it possible
to hide residents from rays and rain without
having to be covered by walls—meaning full
view of garden and flow of fresh air. Located
in the land that’s now Swissotel Park Nailert,
the museum is open daily from 10am-6pm with
workshops from time to time.

Swissotel Park Nailert, 2/4 Wireless Road, Bangkok.
Tel. +66 (0)2143 0123

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