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King Rama II Memorial Park

08 November 2019

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The King Rama II Commemorate Park is a project of The King Rama II Phraboromrachanusorn Foundation under royal patronage, for paying respect to his majesty's benevolence of developing the nation's heritage

The King Rama II Commemorate Park is divided into six parts. As follows;

Part 1 In front of the park is the place for vehicle parking, shopping stalls for local products and fruit, also a study pavilion “Ar Srom” as the Thai dessert museum.

 Part 2 There are an outdoor Amphitheatre in a garden for a Royal Khon play recreation and other activities.

Part 3 There are 5 of Thai style buildings which set to be ethnology museum, display art objects in the early Rattanakosin era, reflect cultural characteristics, Well-being and livelihood of the Thai people in the reign of King Rama II. The exhibition buildings is divided into six zones.

Zone 1 Middle tower – Display the statue of King Rama II and ancient objects during early Rattanakosin era, such as Benjarong porcelain, Khon mask which is used in performing literature puppet shows “Sang Thong” and “Inao” and Grand shadow puppet play. 

Zone 2 Man room – decorated to show lifestyle of Thai man, who has brave, ready to protect their land and country, as the early Rattanakosin social tradition

Zone 3 Woman room – decorated to show lifestyle of Thai women in olden days, which has Thai style bed, Dressing table, mirror, and scene.

Zone 4 Terrace – set as a traditional ancient Thai house, decorated with bonzi pot, garden tree, and lotus basin

Zone 5 Kitchen & Bathroom – express Thai kitchen and bathroom of middle class people, such as cooking appliance, dishes, bowl and tableware. 

Zone 6 headstone place – A replica of foundation headstone that was inaugurated laying ceremony by H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

Part 4 This part is the garden where various kinds of trees cited in Thai literature are planted for education and conservation. Models of characters from Thai literature are shown here.

Part 5 This is riverside area where there are pavilions for resting, restaurants, souvenir shops and the “Prapas Utayan” royal barge 

Part 6 This part is agricultural garden area according to H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's idea.





Organization Museum

Important Person/ History /Archeology

Important / Interesting artifacts

An antiques art in Early Rattanakosin Period inside the middle building of museum


King Rama II Memorial Park

Address And Contact Number

Pracha Seth Rd., Amphawa Amphawa Samut Songkhram 75110
Telephone : 034-751 666
Fax : 034-751 376
Website : http://www.kingrama2found.or.th/
Email : rama2park@hotmail.com

Operating hours

Everyday from 08.30 - 17.00 hrs. 

Admission fee

1. Children 10 Baht  (Not  higher than 135 cm.) Adults 30 Baht.

2. Tourist group of more than 50 pax, discount 10% of full price (with informing letter)

3.  People in the Samut Songkram province  are exempt for admission.

     -Students in the Samut Songkram province 

     -elder aged over 60 with showing ID card to staff 

4. Bhuddist monk and novince, free of charge 


Getting There

1. By car from Bangkok, Take Highway no.35 Thonburi-Pak Tho Rd (Rama II)  pass Maha chai – Na klue intersection. At kilometer 63, take a different level ramp into Samut prakarn city or take Toll way.

2. By train, there is Wongwien yai – Mahachai line  from Wongwien yai, everyday. Exit at Mahachai of Baan Laem station , and take a bus to the city.

3. By bus, there are Bangkok-Samut Songkram line, service every day from Thai Southern Transportation Station, Barom ratchachonnanee rd.

4. By van, from Victory monument, get on at phaholyothin rd. side under the express way, take a Bangkok-Ma klong line to Amphawa province. Estimate duration is 1 hr. 20 min.


Proper for General Public


Proper for Children


Credit Card


Advanced Booking

For group visits, a letter of request must be made in advance.





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