Princely drama and art nouveau blend exquisitely in Parusakawan Palace. Once the private abode of princes and a king, whose stories were characterised by romance, heartbreak and splendour, the palace is now open to the public as it houses the first police museum in the country. A visit to the palace is to marvel at one of Thailand's finest examples of architecture and an evocation of aristocratic nostalgia.
- The resting area on the second floor.
- HRH Prince Chakrabongse Bhuvanadh’s royal emblem on the gates of Parusakawan Palace.
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