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Klai Kang Won Palace

4 Phet Kasem Road, Hua Hin 76120, Thailand
+66 32 511 155
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“royal family” (3 reviews)
“thai history” (3 reviews)
4 Phet Kasem Road, Hua Hin 76120, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

the place is under a vast refurbishment but still worth a visit, entry fee was 60 Tbt which goes along with various donation boxes dotted around the place towards the upkeep, when we visited we were told that you cannot go upstairs as this is...More

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 7 November 2017

we just waste times for to see the place long times ago the royal family live ther next to the beach. off course the royal family all way like that.

Thank tb180671
Reviewed 23 October 2017

This is a 98yr old summer palace that is being restored to it former glory. Although you can not go inside, you can still see how the King live, while on holiday all those years ago.

Thank palacechick
Reviewed 24 September 2017

It is one of the recommended must-visits of Hua Hin and the history of it justifies that. Walking around in the surroundings of the Palace makes you feel the history of it. It could be that you should have a guide to tell you the...More

1  Thank Jens P
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Very lovely place to visit, go around and used the local guide so understand the history too In the hot weather, you can feel that it is much cooler in this area

1  Thank Andrianus H
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This is an area visited by local Thai visitors so gets quite busy particularly in the afternoon. It is helpful to have a guide or someone who can interpret for you as it's not really set up for foreigners. Lots of wide open spaces for...More

Thank sandyleeh
Reviewed 2 July 2017

i am in the building industry and to see something that old being well looked after>and the workmanship and detail in the buildings was fantastic.Spent 4-5 hours just wandering around even something there for the Wife who is a Keen gardener.

Thank remark1971
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Interesting to see how royalty used to live. Well worth a visit as it is an insight into thai history

Thank alderwiser1
Reviewed 5 June 2017

It is beautiful palace from 19th century made from wood the work man ship is grand and need to be appreciated. the place is open and landscaped nicely . everything around it gives you the glimpse of the history and simplicity of the design.

Thank devinder s
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Klai Kang Won Palace is nice and exist for many years. It is made from wood and no shoes aloud. No photography and when we visited the palace there were some rooms under repairs . In general it is a good visit to let you...More

Thank Yossi N
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Helen W
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Response from sikkens2011 | Reviewed this property |
Open 9AM-4 PM WED closed Men must wear long shorts (over the knee) and shirts with sleeves. Women must be modestly dressed. No see-through clothes, bare shoulders etc... There is a booth near the entrance that can provide... More