The wagon museum is by definition the vehicle that the noble rich had in those days, it is more difficult than the ordinary people now have cars, but the museum is still quite rich, the green outside is also quite beautiful.
This messy so-called museum actually does not need to be visited. There seems to be no staff in it, and the exhibits in it are so ordinary that they don't seem to be maintained. I don't think I need to go to see this thing.
According to the Ancient Carriage Museum, in addition to historical carriages, there is also a place where modern cars are displayed. There are both antique cars from the last century and more avant-garde models at this time. It is very worthwhile for car lovers to visit.
The carriage museum is a collection of Thai royal cars, really eye-opening all the carriages are made very meticulous and very luxurious, you can see that the Thai royals are very careful in the use of cars.
The wagon museum, not far from the King's Palace of Golden Coffins, is a free museum with many of the cars used by the Thai royal family. Some of the exhibits are well preserved and some are given to Thailand by foreign leaders.
In the courtyard of the cherry palace, there is also a horse-drawn carriage museum. "The displays are all royal carriages that give visitors a flank glimpse of the culture and history of ancient Thai traffic. The displays include a crematorium for the emperor and queen, about 1 meter tall yellow wooden benches, about 9 square meters in size, and holes surrounded by red boards." It could be a stove burner. In addition to the carriages, the museum displays expensive old-fashioned cars that the emperor has been riding, along with three-wheeled tuk-tuks, which are now common on Thai streets.
After the wooden palace, I continued to visit the carriage museum not far from the nearby, which is a special carriage for the Thai emperor. This attraction is general, it took a while to walk and watch, and I didn't take a lot of photos. Afternoon visit to the Royal Palace, everything inside the Royal Palace is priceless, many are carved with gold, turtle wings, etc., it is said that 700 children from small cultivation (these people are now in their 40s) hand-made, too luxurious, Also can't take pictures. Only take a few photos of the Royal Assembly Hall outside is addicted!