"Historic building in Chaam, Petchaburi."
Located at Huai Sai Nuea, it was built in 1923 as a summer resort of the King Rama VI. A Simple resort, it was built conforming to his own will, not overspending his fortune. The king had twice visit this palace, first in 1924 for 3 months and the second in 1925.
The palace set in a beautiful garden with statuesque trees and stunning sea views, it's a series of 18 interlinked teak buildings with tall, shuttered windows and patterned fretwork built upon stilts.The court’s Italian architect designed it to maximize air circulation and make the most of the seaside location.There's also a nature trail here.
The palace is within the grounds of Camp Rama VI, a military base. It's easiest to get here with private transport but you can also catch a Hua Hin–Cha-am bus and ask to be dropped off at the camp's front gate. As this is a royal palace, legs and arms must be covered, otherwise you'll have to pay 20B to wear a sarong. Try to visit a royal tea house for please yourself with royal sea-view with an afternoon thai dessert tea set.