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The Grand Palace (Thai: พระบรมมหาราชวัง, RTGS: Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang[1]) is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand) since 1782. The king, his court and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925. The present monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), currently resides at Chitralada Palace, but the Grand Palace is still used for official events. Several royal ceremonies and state functions are held within the walls of the palace every year.

Construction of the palace began on 6 May 1782, at the order of King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke (Rama I), the founder of the Chakri Dynasty, when he moved the capital city from Thonburi to Bangkok. Throughout successive reigns, many new buildings and structures were added, especially during the reign of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). By 1925 the king, the Royal Family and the government were no longer permanently settled at the palace, and had moved to other residences. After the abolition of absolute monarchy in 1932 all government agencies completely moved out of the palace.

In shape, the palace complex is roughly rectangular and has a combined area of 218,400 square metres (2,351,000 sq ft), surrounded by four walls. It is situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River at the heart of the Rattanakosin Island, today in the Phra Nakhon District. The Grand Palace is bordered by Sanam Luang and Na Phra Lan Road to the north, Maharaj Road to the west, Sanamchai Road to the east and Thai Wang Road to the south.

Rather than being a single structure, the Grand Palace is made up of numerous buildings, halls, pavilions set around open lawns, gardens and courtyards. Its asymmetry and eclectic styles are due to its organic development, with additions and rebuilding being made by successive reigning kings over 200 years of history. It is divided into several quarters: the Temple of the Emerald Buddha; the Outer Court, with many public buildings; the Middle Court, including the Phra Maha Monthian Buildings, the Phra Maha Prasat Buildings and the Chakri Maha Prasat Buildings; the Inner Court and the Siwalai Gardens quarter. The Grand Palace is currently partially open to the public as a museum, however it remains a working palace as several royal offices are still situated inside. The palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. – Wikipedia

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Wat Phra Kaeo – Emerald Buddha Temple in Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand

Title: Wat Phra Kaeo – Emerald Buddha Temple in Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand

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5 Responses to “Wat Phra Kaeo – Emerald Buddha Temple in Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand”

  1. Sree Valsan says:

    I went to grand palace with my old aged parents, wife and 1.5 year baby on
    2nd ,August,2014 ,by One person showed us the (wrong
    )entrance(scammer 1).The person, looks like palace employee in front of
    palace(scammer 2) told us that the temple will re open at 3pm((lie) and
    advised us to see floating market and lucky Buddha by taking a long tailed
    boat then arranged the tuck tuk too(scammer 3)

    The boat guy(scammer 4) asked 3200 thb for one hour and when I neglected
    him and approached another boat guy ,the first one started abusing and miss
    behaved to me even not considering the old aged family members and baby.
    The same scammer ,tuk tuk guy was waiting outside to help(scam) us. When I
    asked him to go to wat pho ,he started abusing and expressed his feeling
    for not taking the boat.
    I searched in internet and found that this happened to almost every day and
    to everybody.

    I here by humbly request you to take action against this scammers.If you
    want more information ,you can contact me any time.

  2. jeanpierre3930 says:

    Understang a country’s history and culture is far more stronger than
    nuclear weapon

  3. guardthemind says:

    What happen? 🙂

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