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This park was built by the Royal Thai Army to honour the 7 Greatest Thai Kings throughout Thai history.
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King Ramkhamhaeng ❨Sukhothai❩, creator of the Thai alphabet
King Naresuan ❨Ayutthaya❩, fought against the Burmese overlord
King Narai ❨Ayutthaya❩, most prosperous...More
Just off the main road from Hua Hin to Pranburi, this is an interesting place to visit. It features seven of the key king's in Thailand's history. Developed and run by the Thai army, the site is immaculate and the car parking excellent. There is...More
A definitely place to visit when in HuaHin the Ratchapak Park.
For those in search of Thai history the Seven greats statues of the Rama kings with they're lifelong history of bravery and wars, the visit is free with ample car park, it's a place...More
It’s about ten minutes drive from the city centre. It’s a small park with seven statues to honour the seven Thai kings from 1279 to 1910. It’s free. There is a museum under the statues I believe. Expect to spend about half an hour here.
Normally for something called a "park", I would expect lots of well-manicured grass, plenty of flowers, a jogging path, maybe a playground for children and maybe even a lake. This, in my book, is not a park. It is a wide open concrete space with...More
This is about 15 minute drive out of town. I had befriended some locals the day before, and they were showing me around Hua Hin. We drove up, the driver handed the guard something, he inspected it, and then we were allowed to pass. So,...More
Situated a short distance south of the city centre, this park is a memorial to past kings of Thailand. Although quite impressive there is only the statues there to see. A little history of the past kings in English would have been very interesting.