Klai Kangwon Palace is the summer palace of Thai royal family. Located in Phetkasem Road in Hua Hin district, this summer palace was built by King Rama VII in 1926 and completed in 1933. The design of the building was inspired by the traditional Spanish architectural style. “Klai Kangwon” means “far from worries” in the Thai language, because the palace is located in a peaceful and picturesque area facing Hua Hin beach.
Moreover, in the palace area, there is a pavilion named “Ratcha Pracha Samakhom Pavilion” which means “the King and the people care for each other” the multi-propose building was mainly used for royal family activities such as King’s birthday.
You can visit the palace when it is not occupied by the Royal family. The visitors have to get a visit permit from the Royal Household Office. There is a nice park where you can exercise. The palace is open daily from 4.00 PM to 7.00 PM. Guests have to wear a proper T-shirt or outfit and leave their passport at the security corner. No phones or cameras are allowed. For more information please contact Klai Kangwong Palace office call 6632-511-115 (Thai Language).
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