Past atmosphere of exhibition room by Suan Pakkad Palace MuseumSuan Pakkad Palace
Suan Pakkad Palace was once the residence of Major General H.R.H. Prince Chumbhotbongse Paribatra, Prince of Nagor Svarga, or the royal grandson of King Chulalongkorn (Rama 5) and M.R. Pantip Paribatra, Princess Consort.
The current of Suan Pakkad Palace Museum (1) (2019) by Suan Pakkad Palace MuseumSuan Pakkad Palace
The Palace was built during World War II, located on Sri Ayutthaya Road in Bangkok, and opened as the museum to public since 1952.
H.R.H. Prince Chumbhotbongse of Nagara Svarga with the guest by Suan Pakkad Palace MuseumSuan Pakkad Palace
The highlight of Suan Pakkad Palace Museum such as artifacts from Ban Chiang archaeological site that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The artifact of Suan Pakkad Palace Museum (11th Century A.D.) by Suan Pakkad Palace MuseumSuan Pakkad Palace
Khmer Sculptures especially Torso of Uma, that be the oldest evidence of Khmer sculpture discovered in Thailand.
Part of the Lacquer Pavilion (3) (1959) by Suan Pakkad Palace MuseumSuan Pakkad Palace
The Lacquer Pavilion, the late Ayutthaya or early Rattanakosin period, the masterpiece architecture of Suan Pakkad Palace Museum.
Ban Chiang Collection
Ban Chiang archaeological site is located on Nong Han District, Udon Thani Province and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List on the basis of the cultural property which is showing the social and cultural development of prehistoric settlement, dating back to 1300 B.C.
The Lacquer Work at Suan Pakkad Palace Museum
The lacquer work in the Lacquer Pavilion at Suan Pakkad Palace presents the life of the Buddha, Ramayana epic, including the people’s ways of life in the past which clearly reflect the society, way of life, customs and traditions of the people in the previous days.
Khmer Sculptures are one of the antiques in which M.R. Pantip Paribatra, the founder of this museum, was highly interested. There were a number of sculptures belonged to Buddhism and Hinduism, and architectural ornaments.
Sangkhalok ware (Thai Ceramic)
Sangkhalok ware was produced since Sukhothai period until the middle of Ayutthaya period. Part of them were exported to foreign during the 14th to 17th century which was considered the flourishing period of international trade.