Yinwang Palace is located in the county town of Bichao Wenli. It is nearly sixty kilometers north from Huaxin. So I chose to take a train at Huaxin Railway Station. The first train in every day passes Huaxin at about 11:40 AM and gets off at Petchaburi Station. When I get out of the station, I can see the mountain of Yinwang Palace. There are many monkeys in the scenic area. They only snatch plastic bags from tourists, so they have to put mineral water bottles in their backpacks before going up the mountain. Fortunately, they are not interested in cameras at all. They can take photos at will. The whole mountain is covered with strange trees and grasses. The palaces and pavilions are scattered and ranked. They are absolutely the perfect integration of humanity and nature. When you climb to the top of the mountain, you can also have a panoramic view of the whole Bichaowenli. There are two major attractions in the Yinwang Palace complex: one is the Taiwang Palace with the national flag on the top of the hill, now named the Phra Nakhon Khiri Museum, which can only be visited by sending shoes, and no photos are allowed. Many bedrooms in the palace are decorated with bronze busts of Rama IV, wood furniture used by King Thai, and glazed vases and dishes on bookshelves, all of which are original and without any trace of modern man-made modification. Most of the rooms do not have lighting, it is entirely dependent on natural daylighting to appreciate, in addition, there is no floor electric fan, it is best to bring folding fan to prevent heat. The staff on duty in every bedroom admire them very much for their persistent work without air conditioning or fans. After visiting the museum, you can walk down a small slope and then climb up a golden bell-like watchtower. The circle of the tower on Monday is a good place for taking photos. Down the tower, you can walk to the top of the opposite hill, which is the last architectural landscape, but also the most elite point of view! A red red tower echoes a European-style Beige bell tower. The bell tower is small and exquisite, beside which there is a temple of pure Thai style. Although the door is locked, its point of view is the window panes on four walls. Each window is full of golden dancing reliefs, graceful and vivid.
Personally, I think the price-performance ratio of traveling by train is higher, or more recommended. The 13 baht one-way fare, feeling the feeling of the Thai green-leather train, can also buy the return ticket at Phrichaburi Station. We bought the 4:40 ticket, because the cable car in the scenic spot closes at 4:30. The cable car plus ticket is 200 baht. Please note that there are two different places, the Shangshan Road and the cable car, which are almost 2 kilometers apart. More monkeys, sun in the afternoon, decisive cable car. It's good to play. The scenery is beautiful and the time will be forgotten.
Take the 11:46 train from Huaxin Railway Station and get off at Phetchaburi station. Then take Tuk Tuk for about 5 minutes. The Tuk Tuk driver will ask you if you want to take Cabin Car. If you want, take you directly to the entrance of the cable car to buy tickets. Each 200B contains a cable car, but in fact, the cable car only takes you a short ride up to the museum mountain, the rest of the way is still to rely on their own. Fortunately, the trees are very luxuriant, so they are not afraid of the sun, and the monkeys are not so terrible as they said. They should not take food and drink in their hands, and they are too lazy to take care of people. Not many tourists, but the scenery, architecture and vision are really beautiful, strongly recommended.
Chartered bus to Huaxin on the way to the special attractions. 200 a pig includes a cable car. The Palace on the hill is very special and beautiful to me. It feels very suitable to take pictures of the temple in another part of the mountain. Considering the time, I did not go there. There is a quiet beauty here. In addition, a monkey did not see it. Anyway, if you want to come back and forth, Huaxin would recommend to come here. After all, it's 90 kilometers away from Bangkok and it's almost two hours away. It's impossible to come here once.
To be honest, by this time in the evening, I was almost not impressed by the copy of Wang Palace. The main impression was the whole chaotic climbing process. Thailand has slowly entered the rainy season since May. Today, the weather is extremely muggy. From the bottom of the mountain to 200 meters where tickets are bought, the sweat is almost soaked. After buying the ticket, the staff gave me a "hitting monkey stick" which made me scared once more. Ten minutes after walking up, there was a viewing platform and a place to take a short-distance cable car. Because I really didn't know the specific location of the palace on the mountain, I followed the cable car and went down. Only then did we find out that we actually went down the hill to the door. Originally, the lower part of the cable car was the main entrance. We were on the hill from the back door. With tickets and staff explained that half a day later we put it back free and then took the cable car back. After experiencing the rainstorm, he made another mistake in the first circuit, which made him jump down the mountain from a group of monkey kings. Fear of being robbed by monkeys, I hardly dare to pick up my cell phone.
Chartered to Huaxin, before deciding to go to Anna and the King's shooting to see! Sure enough, there is a cable car in front of the door, each 200 bht, there are three scenic spots, the palace, the pagoda and a Khmer style pagoda, the mountain is cool, but the movement will still be sweating! Be aware that monkeys walking around do stare at the water and food grabbing in their hands! ___________ Standing high, you can overlook Huaxin! Excellent!!!
Rama IV accidentally fell in love with Chung Lingjun's Kao Wangshan during a trip. In 1860, he ordered people to build Thailand's first summer palace in this undiscovered quiet place. Located on the top of Kaowang Mountain, the palace skillfully combines Thai architecture and Chinese architectural style in the mid-19th century. The whole appearance exudes an ancient literary and artistic atmosphere. Looking from the hillside, the white and tall appearance looms in the green forest, like a fairy hiding in it, looking curiously at Kao Wang's view of a tree.
Uncle and aunt only take the cable car, I am a good young man, chose to walk up the mountain. The main entrance can only take a cable car. Clockwise 1/4 circle around the hill, you can see the way up the hill. The ticket is 200 baht (20 baht with work permit, unfortunately I didn't bring it). I was driving alone and began to see what other people commented on monkeys attacking people and what, a little worried, went to find that there were too many worries, monkeys are many, but not attacking people, quite docile. Architecture is a combination of Chinese and Western style, mottled moss white walls and clean firebrick road show that here is simple and receives hedonic care, but it will not be like the commercialization of some domestic attractions, erasing its original face. Walking in the shadows of the trees in the hot sun, it seems that King Tai was walking here thinking about the national economy and people's livelihood; blowing sea breeze on the top of the mountain, looking at the plain, feeling the ambition of the land.
Yinwang Xinggong Palace is located on a hill, where the mausoleum has a delicate flavor, and its appearance is not as brilliant as the traditional palace, but a white building interdependent with the blue sky and white clouds, which has a sense of fairy tale castle. At present, Xinggong is used as a museum.
It is said that this place used to be the palace of Emperor Rama IV of Taihuang, but now it is the world of monkeys. Don't take any food with you, don't take plastic bags with you, or you will be robbed by monkeys! Notices should be noted in the most prominent location of the scenic spot, such as not to tease monkeys, not to bring food, etc. It also indicates that the scenic spot will not pay any responsibility for the danger caused by monkeys, so if you go to the scenic spot, you must be careful about children's shoes.