A land filled with beautiful cultural locations and historic places, Thailand houses some of the best structural wonders that have a streak of western influences. One such popular hidden place is the Mrigadayavan Palace (พระราชนิเวศน์มฤคทายวัน). This long, golden teak wood mansion, which was built by King Rama VI is located between the Cha-Am and Hua Hin.
Also known as the palace of ‘Love and Hope’, the Mrigadayavan Palace was constructed to be a summer retreat house for His Majesty King Rama VI, by the sea shore. There are nearly 1,080 concrete pillars, fret patterned plaster walls and never wooden corridors, high ceiling and more that make this palace a unique one.
The Mrigadayavan Palace was named after the park where Lord Buddha gave his 1st preaching. The royal and regal palace is open for public tours, it is definitely a breathtakingly vast mansion with a sea view that is a must visit.
Visit this attraction on our Thailand Royal Coast Experience tour.