Made out of Italian white marble, the temple was designed by Prince Naris, the half-brother of King Rama V, for King Chulalongkorn, who had…
The world's biggest building made of golden teakwood was built in 1900 as a royal residence for King Rama V.
Dusit Palace comprises of gardens and several royal residences built by King Rama V between 1897 and 1901.
Located within the Dusit Palace area, this palace was built in Italian Renaissance and neoclassical style in 1915.
This ornate building houses a museum exhibiting handicrafts from around the country.
White elephants are highly praised in Thailand since they represent the prestige of the king.
The Sappaya-Sapasathan currently houses the National Assembly, the legislative branch of the Government of Thailand.