Busabok is a small, ceremonial, open-sided pavilion for the king or sacred objects such as Buddha images or Tipitaka scriptures.
The Kong Throne is a small throne named after the shape of the curved arm-rest which connects to the back rest.
The poem relays the reality of a Thai farmer's life embattled by numerous hardships until he receives the compassionate.
The model of the Mongkol Suban Royal Barge was a joint work of art by the artisans from the Gold and Silver Department.
The model of the Sri Prapasorachai Royal Barge created by artisans of Sirikit Institute has a hull and keel made of gilded silver.
This embroidered screen is a fine example of the ancient Thai embroidery technique called “pak soy”


Ananta Samagom Throne Hall

Official Hours 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Tickets are available to 3.30 p.m.


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