Klai Kang Won Palacethe place is under a vast refurbishment but still worth a visit, entry fee was 60 Tbt which goes along with various donation boxes dotted around the place towards the upkeep, when we visited we were told that you cannot go upstairs as this is still being renovated , you can however take a while and stroll around the grounds, there is a gift shop and small tea room at the end of the tour, also there are various attractions relating to the history of the palace. on comping out of the palace there are several bars, shops and restaurants,not fine dining but a traditional place to eat.one tip arrange your transport before you go as we did and had a 8km walk back to our hotel but hey it was a nice day!!
Thai Ramar VII built a summer house for himself and his empress in Huaxin, and later became a resort for successive Thai emperors. The palace was built in 1926 and completed in 1933. The palace was built in Spanish style to accommodate Huaxin's tropical climate. There are three shrines, the northern Tamnak Plukkasem, the southern Tamnak Noi, and the largest shrine between the two, with royal and noble entourage members sleeping in small bungalows. The shrine was closed on Wednesday.
Went about 3 weeks ago and it was still under renovation, overall it was good, there are many exhibits and some historical stories, not expensive, there is time to visit, it is estimated that it will be better after the renovation
Klai Kang Won Palace is one of the quintessential landmarks of Hua Hin, Klai Kang Won Palace is the summer residence of HM King Bhumibhol Adulyadej.
This 83-year-old “Klai Kangwon Palace" was formerly the personal residence built by King Prajadhipok (King Rama VII) in 1926.
The palace is a resort for the successive Thai emperors in Huaxin, the whole palace is based on Spanish architecture, to match the tropical climate of Huaxin. There are three large halls, but the royal nobles will sleep in some small bungalows.
Wonderful Palace is a beautiful palace made of wood in the 19th century and some of the rooms were being repaired when we visited the palace. The gardens looked perfect and the palace was partly covered. This is the Royal Palace of Hua Hin, guarded by the army day and night and closed to visitors.