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Part of the Bang Pa-In temple complex.

Currently serving as a cafe and gift store, this interesting architecture is part of the large Bang... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2018
JohnInItaly
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Santa Cruz, California
Another great spot to stop by.

This building firstly built as the waiting hall for anyone to entering the inner court of the... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2017
kinglear13
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Bangkok, Thailand
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24 Jan 2018
“Part of the Bang Pa-In temple complex.”
22 Oct 2017
“Another great spot to stop by.”
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Bang Pa-in, Thailand
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Reviewed 25 January 2018

Currently serving as a cafe and gift store, this interesting architecture is part of the large Bang Pa-In temple complex.

Thank JohnInItaly
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

This building firstly built as the waiting hall for anyone to entering the inner court of the palace compound. Today it is a small shop and cafe for visitor to stop on the way after seeing all the royal mansion in the inner court.

Thank kinglear13
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Reviewed 15 January 2017

This building was originally a gate, separating the part of the Palace reserved for the King and his extensive family from his courtiers and other hangers on. Sadly, it's role now is to act as a shop where one can buy ice creams. How are...More

Thank Pigman58
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Reviewed 17 November 2016

Very nice building that was the main entrance to the inner palace. Definitely worth a look while touring the complex.

Thank JimmyJackk
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

We took the tour ostensibly to see the ruins of the temples but this was an extra stop and it was certainly worth it!! The royal history told to us by our guide was invaluable for a thorough understanding of what we were seeing. Our...More

Thank gary c
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Reviewed 11 September 2016

Looks like an old Carriage building for the main residence next to a covered walkway to the European style main residence. There is now a small museum on some of the food consumed by the Royals, some typical utensils and some typical clothing. There were...More

Thank Don P
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Reviewed 4 January 2016

Since my last visit in 2014 they have removed the lovely old horse-drawn carriages from this building. Now it's become a souvenir and food shop.

Thank jobst56
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Reviewed 30 December 2015

As part of Bang Pa-In experience is this well kept gate to the residential side of this Summer Palace. The grounds are well kept and children enjoyed seeing different animal-styled plants.

Thank Gureni L
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Reviewed 15 August 2012

As other reviewers have stated, this building is just one of many that make up the Bang Pa-in Palace and doesn't warrant a separate listing as you come to see them all, not just one. I saw this on a tour to Ayathaya from Bangkok....More

Thank RonRSydney_Australia
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Reviewed 24 December 2009

The Devaraj-Kunlai Gate is the principal entrance to the Inner Palace (the residential portion) of the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace. The gate is nice enough, but nobody would just go see the gate, it's in the middle of the Summer Palace, and there are many...More

Thank Johann&Sandra
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