The Wang Na Palace – A glimpse into the past

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Lost among some of the most scenic views of Bangkok the Wang Na Palace is a historic beauty second to none. Even though lesser known than most of Bangkok’s other palaces the Wang Na was once the home to the crown prince of Thailand.

Image by Uthen Smantai, Grand Palace (Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang) 2, CC BY-SA 3.0

The National Museum of Bangkok

The Wang Na Palace is now famous for being one of the largest museums in Southeast Asia. The museum houses a large variety of exhibits from royal artefacts to other antiquities from around the region.

Tour the Palace

You can now visit and tour the palace as part of the museum tour. Choose from either a half day Museum tour or from one of the Wat Arun tours that also includes the Museum as one of their main highlights. Additionally, choose a tour that opts to cruise through the Venice of the East before stopping at the Museum

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Situated near the Chayo Praya River and many other tourist destinations of Bangkok the Wang Na Palace is close to many service apartments in Bangkok. Among them the Adelphi Forty-Nine which is easy to access since it is less than half an hour away from the Palace.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+

 

 

 

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