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Mrigadayavan Palace

1281 เพชรเกษม Thanon Phet Kasem, Tambon Cha-am, Amphoe Cha-am, Chang Wat Phetchaburi 76120, Thailand

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About Mrigadayavan Palace

The summer seaside palace often referred to as "the palace of love and hope is located midway between Cha-am and Hua Hin. It was built in 1923 under the royal command of King Rama VI using golden teakwood from the demolished Hat Chao Samran Palace.


Attractions near Mrigadayavan Palace

Rajabhakti Park21.73km from Mrigadayavan Palace

Rajabhakti Park, located in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, is a historically themed park honouring past Thai kings from the Sukhothai period to the current royal house of Chakri.

Phra Ram Ratchaniwet (Wang Ban Puen)43.89km from Mrigadayavan Palace

Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace is an extremely elegant building in typical early 20th-century European style. The Palace is located on the grounds of a Thai army camp in Petchaburi town, some two hours drive South West of Bangkok. The Palace was designed by German architect Karl Siegfried Döhring, who also designed several other Royal Palaces and villas, including Varadis Palace and the Somdej Residence of Bang Khun Phrom Palace in Bangkok.

Wat Kamphaeng Laeng45.26km from Mrigadayavan Palace

The Wat Kamphaeng Laeng is a Khmer sanctuary located within the grounds of Wat activity south of Phetchaburi, It consists of four buildings entirely of laterite; each of the towers rests on a stepped base and has four openings. The whole is surrounded by an original surrounding wall. The main prang is Lopburi style; it was surrounded by four smaller towers. At a later period, a small oratory was added in front of the row of three towers. There are traces of the stucco decorations.

Phra Nakhon Khiri (Khao Wang)45.75km from Mrigadayavan Palace

Phra Nakhon Khiri is a historical park in Phetchaburi, Thailand on a hill overlooking the city. The name Phra Nakhon Khiri means 'holy city hill', but locals know it better as Khao Wang, meaning 'hill with palace'.  The park consists of three building groups on the three peaks of the 95 m hill. On the western peak is the palace with adjoining structures. On the middle or central peak is a big chedi named Phra That Chom Phet.

Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park63.38km from Mrigadayavan Palace

Khao Sam Roi Yot means "The mountain with three hundred peaks" and refers to a series of limestone hills along the Gulf of Thailand with the highest one at 605 meters asl. The northwest corner of the mountain range is called Thung Sam Roi Yot and is mainly freshwater marsh covering nearly 37% of the national park which makes it the largest wetlands area in Thailand.

Kaeng Krachan National Park63.83km from Mrigadayavan Palace

Famed as the largest national park in Thailand, Kaeng Krachan National Park rests on the border of Myanmar and is an extension of Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. This sprawling nature’s reserve was declared as a national park in 1981 and with a mesmerizing collage of thick woods, cascades, valleys, caves, and exotic wildlife, Kaeng Krachan National Park is in the bucket list of every nature lover, photographer and wildlife fanatics.

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Petchaburi is situated on the northwestern shores of the Gulf of Thailand. Phetchaburi province is famous for its beautiful beaches and mountains. It features Thailand's largest national park the Kaeng Krachan National Park.