Located between the Ratchandamneon and the Pratu Chai Roads, the Phra Narai Ratchaniwet or the King Narai's Palace has been attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world: especially the architects. The Palace was designed by French architects but the influence of the Khmer style is very evident on the architecture in this 17th century palace situated about 150 kilometres to the north of Bangkok. There are numerous interesting compounds and structures worth appreciating within the palace, including the Chantara Phaisan Pavilion, The Water Reservoir, The Elephant & Horse stable, The Dusit Sawan Thanya Maha Prasit Hall and a lot of other important court halls and rooms. The King Narai Reign Fair held every February in the memory of the Great King Narai is popular among the locals and tourists should be a part of this cultural celebration.
- Open Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 08:30 AM to 04:00 PM
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