he former palace turned into museum, Dusit Palace in Bangkok holds priceless antiques and inherited royal belongings of the royal family of Thailand.


Created under the leadership of King Rama V, the first king who went to Europe, Dusit Palace holds many buildings inspired by the European architecture and Palaces. Though the king does not currently reside here, the buildings hold numerous artifacts and royal belongings. Some parts of the property have been turned into museums and are open for visitors. Walk through the majestic corridors and feel the royal ambiance of the Throne Hall, situated under the high ceiling dome with walls painted and decorated in floral patterns. The palace has preserved its rich Thai culture and people all over the world come here to see lavish lifestyle of Thai Royalties. The Swan Garden, Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, Royal Carriage Museum, Royal Elephant Museum and Tamnak Ho Throne Hall are the most popular buildings of Dusit palace.


8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Good to know

  • The sacred and royal places of Thailand need you to dress up properly. No short length or sleeveless dresses are allowed. Men and women are advised to wear sleeved shirts and long trousers. You might need to take off your shoes at some places. Also, don't forget to wear socks as you can't go inside barefoot.
  • 100 baht
  • Separate entry fees for Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall (150 baht) and Royal Elephants Museum (50 baht)


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