|ROYAL GRAND PALACE
Inside the Royal Grand Palace are the Maha Monthien group of
buildings, the Throne Halls, and other palaces and buildings. These
have been renovated, refurbished, repaired, extended and added to
continually as appropriate to every reign since then.
Chakri Throne Hall: Hybrid Thai-European architecture built in the
reign of King Rama V with the throne hall itself in European style and
the roof in a Thai throne hall style.
Chakrapatpiman Throne Hall: The chief throne hall of the
Monthien group, and the early Chakri kings mostly stayed in this
Dusit Throne Hall: Cruciform style built in the reign of King Rama I.
Inside is a Throne decorated in pearl and Phratanratchabanjathorn, a
couch of King Rama I.
Royal Decorations & Coins Division: Ranks and coinage has 13
exhibition rooms: Rooms 1-3, royal ranks; Room 6, the apparel of the
Emerald Buddha which is changed according to season; Room 7, royal
regalia and Room 12, historical money etc.