You won’t see a teak mansion of this size every day. Originally built in Phrae, a province that’s famous for fine teak wood, and relocated to its present premises in 2009, Golden Teak Mansion is upheld by giant 59 teak wood pillars, each one so big that two people can wrap their arms around it. The first floor houses an enshrined replica of the sacred Phra Siam Devadhiraj (a highly revered Buddhist image in Bangkok) while the second floor exhibits sculptures of revered monks and supreme patriarchs in Thai Buddhism from the Ayutthaya to the current Rattanakosin periods.
|Venue name:||Golden Teak Museum|
Thewarajkunchorn Woravihan Temple
Soi Si Ayutthaya 21
|Opening hours:||Open daily, 9:00-17:00|