Dusit Palace in Bangkok - which was formerly known as Wang Suan Dusit or Dusit Garden Palace - is a massive complex of palaces, mansions and throne halls constructed in European-style during 1897 to 1901. The complex was built in 1903 by King Rama V - who is considered to be one of the greatest kings of Siam. Numerous structures make-up the Dusit Palace and some of its prominent sites include the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Vimanmek Royal Teak Mansion, Suan Hong Residential Hall, Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, Tamnak Ho Throne Hall, The Royal Carriage Museum and The Royal Elephant Museum. At present, Dusit Palace is a major landmark and extremely popular attraction amongst travellers and tourists in Thailand.
Ticket price varies based on the building
The palace grounds are open from 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Around 1 hour
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Vimanmek Royal Teak Mansion
Though designated prayer room facilities at Dusit Palace may not be available for Muslim travellers, it is possible to enquire for a private space that can be made use of during prayer times. There are also a number of mosques near Dusit Palace such as the Bangkok Mosque, Darool Aman Mosque, Al-Huda Mosque, Chakrabongse Mosque,Tanson Mosque, Noor-ul-Islam Mosque and Luang Mosque which can all be visited.
Halal food near Dusit Palace can be found at some of the numerous Halal restaurants in Bangkok. Some of the most prominent Halal restaurants in Bangkok include Sara Restaurant, Yusuf Foods, Wrap-It at Siam Paragon, Akbar Restaurant, etc. Finding Halal food in Bangkok will not be too difficult.