Tiger Temple and elephant Camp Tours Kanchanaburi Thailand
Thailand Tours Tiger Temple Thailand Day Tours Bangkok Pattaya Kanchanaburi Hua Hin

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Tiger Temple Tours
TM: Breakfast Monks/Tigers
FT: Floating Mkt Tiger Temple
TG: Tiger Temple River Kwai
TT: Tiger Temple Only
TMHD: TM tour Half Day Only
FTH: Float-Mkt Tigers Hellfirepass
TH: Tiger Temple Hellfire pass
TE: Erwan & Tiger Temple
BKTE: Tigers and Elephants
Tiger Temple Group Tours
GFT: Tigers Floating Mrkt
GKT: Tiger Rvr Kwai Brdg
Elephant Trekking Tours
ED: Training Bath Elephants
KET: 1Day Elephants & Tigers
FKE1: Floating Mrkt Elephants
2DE: Elephant & Tigers & Monks
3DE: 3Day Ele Training Camp
Floating Market Tours
GF:Floating Market Half Day
FT: Tiger Temple,River Kwai & Ele
FBE: Float-Mrkt Elephants Bridge
GFT:Floating Mrkt &Tiger Temple
FE: Floating Mrkt Elephant Rides
FRE: F mkt ele,Rose-Garden
GFR:Flt+ Mrk+Croc+Rose Grdn
PF: Floating Market private tour
Bangkok to Angkor Wat
CA1: 1Day - Angkor Wat Tour
CA2: 2Day - Angkor Wat Tour
CA3: 3Day - Angkor Wat Tour
CA4: 4Day - Angkor Wat Tour
2/ 3/ 4 Day Tours
2TED: 2Day Tiger/Ele/Dolphin
2D: 2 Day Hellfire Tour Ele Tigers
3D: 3 Day Hellfire Tour Ele Tigers
2DE: 2 Day Tour Tigers & Ele.
3DE: 3 Day Tour Tigers & Ele.
5DPK: Bkk-Kanchanaburi-Pattaya
Best Bangkok Day Tours
AAP: Ancient city Ayutthaya
GDC: Dinner Cruises Bangkok
SD: Dolphin Sanctuary & Tiger
GAA: Ayutthaya Bkk River cruise
WT: Wine Tour Khao Yai Vineyard
GPET:Gnd Palace,Temple/Dawm
GYN: Khao Yai Park-Elephant Ride
GTA: Zip line top of Rain Forest
KN: Open Zoo-Tropical Gardens
BH1: Bangkok Hangover Tour
Bangkok Group Tours
GK:River Kwai with Lunch
GKT:Tiger Temple Rvr Kwai Brdg
GF:Floating Market Half Day
GFK: Floating Mrkt & River Kwai
GFT:Floating Mrkt &Tiger Temple
GT:Temple and City Tour
GFR:Flt+ Mrk+Croc+Rose Grdn
GR:Grand Palace Emerald Buddha
GS:Safari World with Lunch
GE:Elephant & Crocodile Show
GAC:Ancient City
GD:Dream World with Lunch
Pattaya Tours
GP:Pattaya & Coral Island
YTZ : Tiger Zoo Saracha
YLAN : Alangkarn Show
YTF: Tiffany Show in Pattaya
YUW: Underwater World
YET: Elephant Trekking & Oxcart
YMC: Croc Farm & Stone Park
Historical Tours
AAP: Historical tour Ayutthay
HT: Historical Tour
ANZAC: 3 Days: Anzac Day Tour
ANZAC: 9 Days: Anzac Day Tour

Welcome to The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace adjoins Wat Phra Kaew in a common compound, and is where you will end up after exiting Wat Phra Kaew. Despite the proximity of the two, there's a distinct contrast in style between the very Thai Wat Phra Kaew and the more European inspired designs of the Grand Palace (the roof being the exception). The Grand Palace is nowadays used only for occasional ceremonial purposes and is no longer the royal residence. The present King Bhumibol (Rama IX) lives in Chitralada Palace (also closed to tourists), which is located not too far away in Bangkok's Dusit district. Though the interior of most of the buildings remain closed to the public Highlights of it are: 
- Boromabiman Hall, built by King Rama VI and every king since has lived here at some time. - Amarinda Hall, the original residence of King Rama I and the Hall of Justice. Nowadays it's impressive interior is used for ceremonial occasions and coronations. It contains the antique throne, used before the Western style one presently in use. 
- Grand Palace Hall / Chakri Maha Prasat. Visitors are allowed inside the spacious European style reception room. This building has not been used for royal residence since the mysterious death of King Rama VIII (the older brother of the current King), found shot dead in his room in 1946. The reverence for the monarchy in Thailand means that, even today, this remains a completely taboo subject to talk publicly about in Thailand.
- The impressive Dusit Hall, rated as perhaps the finest architectural building in this style.
- The Museum, which has information on the restoration of the Grand Palace, scale models of the Wat and Palace and numerous Buddha images. Labels are in Thai only, but there are free English tours available frequently.