The Grand Palace (continued)
The next group of buildings we visited was the Dusit group. These include the king's audience hall which contains the mother-of-pearl throne under a nine-tier white canopy.

Ornate roof of the audience hall

Entrance to the audience hall

An open building on the
palace grounds

A model of the Ankor Wat
presented to King Monkut

A beautiful blue doorway in
the Cakri group

Me climbing a "do not enter"
stairway all because Anne
wanted my picture on it

Ken, Darla and Anne
admiring one of the many
ornate buildings on the grounds

Anne standing by a rock
garden near the audience

Flowering Lily

The Grand Palace in Bangkok was an extremely interesting place to visit with it's many ornate buildings and statues. We could have probably stayed longer, but there were other things to do and see. Our time in Bangkok was limited and we wanted to pack as much into it as possible.

Our next stop would be a full day excursion to the ruins at Ayutthaya and Wat Yai Chai Mongkol. Join us there on the next page ...

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