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Parking in the same area as the Amphawa floating market, we chose to visit this facility. The park was shady enough and cooler than walking through the market. The were Thai architectural house with museum displays. There were also some shops.
The garden itself is very nice, you can rent a bicycle and go around without a specific route
Un one of the buildings inside there is the traditional Thai dancing school for boy and for girls, they get paid to attend (in order to keep...More
After passing the entrance , there is thai sweet museum , exhibition there provides in thai tradtional house . The next building is folk culture museum with exhibition about those day living , recreation, monthly festivals and living along the canals. The last building is...More
The King Rama II Memorial Park is a lovely park that hosts a few small exhibits and nice examples of classical Thai architecture. Walking through we learned about Rama II and his passion for music. My favorite part was seeing his handwritten musical compositions and...More
First stop: hire a traditional Thai outfit. Walk through the gardens as a lady or gentleman in Ayutthaya times. Stand on the bridge over the little canal and watch the fish swimming among the water lilies. Climb up the steps of the houses on stilts...More
Royal Family support museum, this is supposed to be the birth place of Rama the 2nd. The house he was born in has been renovated and turn into a display of how the Thai people used to live back 240 years ago.
This is the...More
Very cool history and lots of things to look at and read about the history of the king Rama the II and the life of the people from that time period. Most things are in Thai and English. Lots of buidings and things to look...More