Visiting Sanam Chandra Palace, Thailand – Built in 1907 in the small town of Nakhon Pathom, Sanam Chandra Palace is set in a beautiful park full of giant trees and perfectly manicured lawns winding around ponds and lakes.

In the middle of this garden stands the most unlikely building, a yellow castle worthy of a Cinderella fairy tale.

Located fifty kilometers west of Bangkok Nakhom Pathom is well-known for the world’s tallest stupa called ‘Phra Pathom Chedi’, but despite being located only a kilometer from it, this unusual royal palace is only visited by a handful of local tourists.

Here are pics of the King’s “traditional” palace.

Happy but exhausted!

A big thank you Tourism Authority of Thailand, Garuda Indonesia, my readers, for following and supporting me on this journey!


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