is the place where the golden era of Ayutthaya lives on. Much
visited by the Chakri monarchs at the turn of the last century,
the province offers the visitor a wealth of historic temple
sites and magnificent royal palaces.
Nakhon Khiri Historical Park, Khao Wang
Rama IV's summer palace is built atop a hill, hence the name
'mountain palace'. The Khao Wang palace complex is now a fascinating
museum, open to the public.
Ratchaniwet Palace, Wang Ban Puen
western-style palace, originally used for royal sojourns in
the rainy season, is now used as the Phetchaburi National
Rama VI used this beautiful golden teak palace as a summer
holiday home. With its airy walkways and seaside setting,
it is often called 'the palace of love and hope'.
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