Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is located in the Royal Plaza in Dusit, Bangkok. It is a large impressive building of two storey marble construction in the Italian Renaissance and Neo Classic style of architecture. The Hall is open to the general public as a museum. If you are in search of health and wellness retreats near the museum, you can stay at Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok. The hotel’s COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, advocates proactive holistic wellness retreats combining modern science with ancient healing.
A sleeved shirt and trousers for men or long skirts for women is the appropriate dress code if you are visiting Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall. Women in long trousers are not considered suitable. It is open every day 9.30am till 4.00 pm. Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is closed on a number of Thai public holidays like New Years day, Songkran on April 13th to 15th, the King’s birthday on December 5th and the Queen’s birthday on August 12th.
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