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Ratchaphak Park

02 July 2019

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Ratchaphak Park was established to honor the Kings of Thailand from past to present, who have made great contributions to the nation, leading to the prosperity and solidarity of the Thai nation. The park is also a place for the Thai army to perform important ceremonies and to welcome important guests from foreign countries on their official visit to the Thai Army. It is also a tourist attraction and historical learning source for soldiers and their families, military students and the general public, both Thai and foreigners. Ratchaphak Park area is divided into different zones as followed, the first zone: a 91-rai multi-purpose court used for important military ceremonies and for welcoming important guests from foreign countries. The second zone: the museum building or the historical exhibition room. It contains information accumulated by researching, collecting and presenting the royal biographies and

significant royal activities of the Kings of Thailand from the Sukhothai period to the Rattanakosin period. The third zone:  giant statues of seven notable Thai kings, from the Sukhothai period to Rattanakosin period. The statues of the kings include:  

1. King Ram Khamhaeng (Sukhothai period)
2. King Naresuan ( Ayutthaya period)
3. King Narai ( Ayutthaya period)
4. King Taksin (Thonburi period)
5. King Rama I (Rama I of Rattanakosin period)
6. King Mongkut (Rama IV of Rattanakosin period)
7. King Chulalongkorn (Rama V of Rattanakosin period)

 

Information from: website http://www.rajabhaktipark.in.th

Management

Government Organization

Organization Museum

Important Person/ History /Archeology

Map

Ratchaphak Park

Address And Contact Number

Khao Noi Sub - District, Pranburi District, Prachuabkirikhan, 77160 Khao Noi Pran Buri Prachuap Khiri Khan 77160
Telephone : 032 900 607
Fax : 032900607
Website : www.rajabhaktipark.in.th
Email : inf2510@hotmail.com

Operating hours

Open daily at 08.00 am - 06.00 pm.

Admission fee

Free admission

Getting There

With private car: From Bangkok, take Highway number 35 (Thon Buri - Pak Tho). Pass  Samut Sakhon to Samut Songkhram. Then turn left to Highway number 4 (Petchkasem),  pass Phetchaburi. Drive to Prachuap Khiri Khan. From the city center, take Highway number 4. Then turn right to Highway number 4, drive for 80 km. The destination is on the left.

Proper for General Public

Proper
Improper

Proper for Children

Proper
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Credit Card

Yes
No

Advanced Booking

Reservation is not needed.

FACILITY

Free parking

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