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Monkey Hill | Thailand

The old summer palace (aka “Monkey Hill”) in the province of Phetchaburi, Thailand that was built by King Rama IV. The decor is a combination of Thai, Chinese and European styles and the final construction was finished in 1858. There’s a tram that will take you up to the palace as it’s situated on a hill – the only thing I’ll warn you of is that the palace in inhabited by monkeys that freely roam to and from, and enjoy stealing from unsuspecting tourists. Keep your belonging tucked away!

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Steps at King Rama IV Summer Palace, Thailand

Steps at King Rama IV Summer Palace, Thailand

For additional info about traveling in Thailand, read my blog post titled “Thailand Travel | Tips, Maps & Photos”.

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