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Khuk Khi Kai

Khuk Khi Kai

This brick building, measuring 7 metres high, was built by the French as a prison for Thai captives who were opposed to French occupation of the area. It is said that the flat roof was used to raise chickens, with their...

Palaces & Historical Sites Laem Sing,
Chanthaburi

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Chicken Dung Cell

Chicken Dung Cell

Chicken Dung Cell located in Tambol Pak Nam Laem Singh, about 1km prior to the pier, was constructed in 2436 B.E. when Chanthaburi was occupied by France. Thai people who then protested against France were emprisoned in ...

Palaces & Historical Sites Laem Sing,
Chanthaburi

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Red Building

Red Building

Tuk Daeng near Chicken Dung Cell is the site of the Phikhat Patchamit Fort built in the reign of King Rama III. It was subsequently turned into living quarters and military command post by the French. A single storey, re...

Palaces & Historical Sites Laem Sing,
Chanthaburi

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