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The Ananada Samakhon Throne Hall is a former reception Hall within the Dust Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. It now serves as a museum from time to time employed for certain state occasions. The Throne Hall has a permanent exhibition called ”Art of Siam” where there are many Thai handicraft shown including many gold working, embroidery and wood work. There are so many wonderful examples of intricate gold working immense embroided wall hangings and massive intricate wood carvings are exquisite. The Anantara Baan Rajprasong Bangkok Serviced Suites are located close to the Ananda Samakhon Throne Hall, and is one of the most luxurious Serviced apartments in Bangkok. The Anantara Baan Raiprasong offers the finest facilities and services and a tropical swimming pool surrounded by frangipanis and a fully-equipped fitness center. Located at the heart of the city, Anantara Baan Raiprasong is just 100 meters from Ratchaadamri BT Skyline station, restaurants, shopping 97 suites. The hotel is located at the center, surrounded by lush parks, dotted with lakes. Each apartment has a separate living and dining area.
The Throne Hall has a two storey construction with a large dome in the center, surrounded by 6 smaller domes. There are paintings in the middle hall narrating the royal duties of King Rama the 5th and King Rama the 6th. The other parts of the halls are decorated with the king’s monograms, including a variety of royal emblems such as the Garuda emblem on the balcony of the middle hall, art nouveau paintings which are decorated on the walls with pictures of European women holding flower gardens. There are gorgeous tapestries and amazing works of art. The hall is impressive in its own right. There is also an audio English tour. The rooms are full of high value artefacts, expensive royal insignias, seals, thrones, wood works.
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