- Уничтожен в 2012 году
- Построен в этом месте:
- Построен изначально:
- Название на тайском: Swan Palace and Garden / พระตำหนักสวนหงส์
- Страница Wikipedia: พระตำหนักสวนหงส์
- Владелец: Savang Vadhana / ศรีสวรินทิรา
- Страница владельца в Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savang_Vadhana
The Suan Hong Residential Hall was the residence of Queen Savang Vadhana, one of King Chulalongkorn’s consorts. It is also known as “the Swan Garden”, named after the swan that is the mount of Brahma, the Hindu God of creation. The green, two storey building is decorated with intricate wood carvings.
On display are models and photos of the Royal barges and Royal barges procession, photos of the life of HRH Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, the ordination to monkhood of King Rama IX and the Crown Prince.
Also displayed are photos of important ceremonies in Thailand, such as the annual ploughing ceremony at Sanam Luang to mark the start of the rainy season and rice planting time and other Royal ceremonies like the Royal Swing ceremony, the Royal Investiture and the Royal Tonsure ceremony. Early 2013 the Hall was closed to the public.
The Suan Hong Residential Hall was originally built by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) for his grandmother, Queen Savang Vadhana. This old wooden two storey building now houses pictures portraying key events in the life of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), the present King of Thailand.