Also known as the King’s Palace, Phra Narai Ratchaniwet was once home to a mighty Siamese king. The site honours the past leader, and you may see people leaving offerings to show their respect. Displaying a blend of Khmer and French designs, the palace now contains an insightful museum. Take a journey back to the 17th century and see what life was like for the monarchy, eminent members of society, regular townsfolk, and peasants. Some displays are related to previous Thai kings, and the museum contains a number of personal items that once belonged to the nation’s rulers.