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A small park with buildings close to where the mother of king Bhumibol was born and grew up. At the time a modest neighborhood in Thonbury and in a way it still is. Royals in 1910s Europe could not marry the ones they loved without...More
The king's mother is not well known in history, but is a very noble and humble woman. She reared her children in "normal" manner, in which they made their own beds, etc. Her generosity of spirit and deed really come through in the museum. It...More
This place was off the beaten path. Almost got heatstroke getting here but it was worth it. There is an aura of peace and quiet joy here. We spent a long time sitting in the garden, watching the birds, enjoying the flowers. Only left because...More
This is one of the most prettiest places I have ever visited. Read up on King Rama 5's children which should be Rama 6 who had a short life and this is his wife's area she grew up in. She met her husband at MIT...More
We took the orange boat to stop 5 and then the local ferry to Din Daeng.There was no sign posts and a very nice Thai lady asked locals for us and showed us the way. She said not many western visitors go there. There was...More
The place is quite small but it is perfect for relaxing. Even it is a 'kind of' museum which reflect HRH Princess Srinakarindhra's life, princess mother of king Rama V, before she got married and enter the royal family, but the place has many bench...More
This place was built at His Majesty King Bhumibol Adyulyadej's initiative in 1993 with the intention of old buildings in an area where Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra resided during her childhood.
I stopped here with a guide while doing my city biking tour. During the day there's very people here which makes it a peaceful place to visit. I was told it gets busier in the early evenings when locals come to use it.