Bangkok Grand Palace Dress Code & How to Get There?

Bangkok Grand Palace Dress Code

Every cites has some tourist attractions which are the backbone of that city tourism.  Like Dubai has Burj Khalifa, Paris got Eiffel Tower and Cairo welcome its visitors with Pyramid of Djoser.  So, How about Bangkok?  Any guess? This multi-culture and world-famous tourist destination have plenty of things to do but none of them can stand in front of Grand Palace. Yes, you heard right. This cultural and one of many palaces are so famous among tourists and its definite backbone of Bangkok tourism. In fact, many tourists believe Bangkok trip is incomplete without visiting the Bangkok grand palace. The whole building represents pure Thai culture. Although it is used as an administrative palace 150 years ago and also consist of a temple, it does not mean you should be followers of a specific religion to get inside of the palace.

The Grand Palace is separated into two major zones, which are the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the imperial residence. The last is partitioned into three noteworthy territories: the Outer Court, the Middle Court, and the Inner Court.  The Outer Court begins from Wiset Chai Si Gate to Phiman Chai Si Gate and incorporates the internal dividers of the Grand Palace. It is currently the area of a few state workplaces, for example, the Bureau of the Royal Household, Office of His Majesty's Principal Private Secretary, and the Office of the Royal Institute.
The Middle Court begins from Phiman Chai Si Gate to Sanam Ratchakit Gate. The territory is the place important where royal functions are held.
The Inner Court begins from Sanam Ratchakit Gate to Thaew Teng, the column houses which were once castle dividers amid the rule of King Rama I.

Anyone can visit it as long as you follow the Bangkok grand palace dress code set by the local authority.  Here are the guidelines for grand palace dress code.

Dress Code for Male:

Men should put on extended jeans and t-shirts with sleeves (no tank tops. If you're dressing in sandals or flip-flops you have to dress in socks (putting it simply, no uncovered feet.)

Dress Code for Female:

Females will have to be likewise decently outfitted. No see-through clothing, uncovered shoulders, etc.

Note: If you have no such outfit that does meet grand palace dress code requirements, no need to buy a new one. You can get the appropriate dress in front of the grand palace by depositing small amount.

Here is the visual version of the prohibited dresses

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Bangkok Grand Palace Dress Code and prohibited items of clothing

Grand Palace Bangkok Map

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Grand Palace Bangkok Map

  1. Temple of the Emerald Buddha
  2. Bureau of the Royal Household
  3. Office of His Majesty’s Principal Private Secretary
  4. Sala Luk Khun Nai
  5. Sala Sahathai Samakhom
  6. Museum of the Emerald Buddha Temple
  7. Pavilion of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins
  8. Phra Thinang Amarin Winichai
  9. Phra Thinang Phaisan Thaksin
  10. Phra Thinang Chakraphat Phiman
  11. Phra Thinang Dusidaphirom
  12. Phra Thinang Racharuedee
  13. Phra Thinang Sanam Chan
  14. Ho Sastrakhom
  15. Ho Sulalai Phiman
  16. Ho Phra That Montien
  17. Phra Thinang Chakri Maha Prasat
  18. Phra Thinang Moon Satharn Borom Ard
  19. Phra Thinang Sommuthi Thevaraj Uppabat
  20. Phra Thinang Borom Ratchasathit Mahoran
  21. Phra Thinang Dusit Maha Prasat
  22. Phra Thinang Phiman Rattaya
  23. Phra Thinang Aphorn Phimok Prasat
  24. Phra Thinang Rachakaranya Sapha
  25. Ho Plueng Krueng
  26. Mount Kailasa
  27. Siwalai Garden
  28. Phra Thinang Boromphiman
  29. Phra Thinang Mahisorn Prasat
  30. Phra Thinang Siwalai Maha Prasat
  31. Phra Thinang Sitalaphirom
  32. Phra Phuttha Rattanasathan
  33. Phra Thinang Chai Chumpol
  34. Phra Thinang Suthaisawan Prasat

Grand Palace Bangkok Entry Fee

At the time of writing this post (April 2018)  the grand palace Bangkok entry fee is Thai Bahk 500 ($16.00) which is a very reasonable amount and differently worth of paying.

Best Time To Get There?

Although Bangkok grand palace remains open from 9:30 to 3:30 the best and recommended time to go there is in opening hours (9:30-11:00 ). Since it's among most visited place among foreign tourists so after 11:00 it gets crowded and you would not enjoy in the way that you deserve.

How to get there?

One of the most straightforward, lowest costs and most convenient ways to get there is by boat particularly the orange flag boat that amounted to the only Thai baht 15 ($0.48). Simply just jump off the boat at Chang Pier - ferry terminal numbered 9 and leave the terminal directly ahead of the crossroads. The Grand Palace is in the right area.

Grand Palace Bangkok Contact & Adress

Address: Na Phra Lan Rd, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200
Phone:02 623 5500
Opening Hours: 8:30AM–3:30PM
Entrance fee: 500 Baht

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Kim is a fresh travel blogger in Bangkok who has recently graduated in computer science and working as a remote computer technician.

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