The Visit

The Thai Pavilion is a beautiful venue and it is a peaceful area. The building is unique in its kind and the only one outside Thailand carrying the royal scepter. Here you can walk in the park, coffee in the grass, reading a book or just sit down and meditate a moment for yourself.

Opening hours

22th May – 25th June: 10.00 – 16.00
26th June – 13th August: 10.00 – 18.00
14th August – 10th September: 10.00 – 16.00

Entrance fee

Without a guided tour: 40 SEK
With a guided tour: 80 SEK
With a guided tour and as a group (at least 10 persons): 65 SEK
Childrens and youth up to 15 years old: Always free entrance in the company of adults

Donations to the King Chulalongkorn Memorial Building

At certain events and days, it is free entrance to the area. However, you can donate and the received funds will go to developement of the area

Guided tours

English speaking guided tours
You can also choose to walk around on your own with an MP3 player

Pavilion building, culture building and boats in the water lily pond

In the Royal Thai Pavilion, there is a bronze statue of King Chulalongkorn and while you are inside the pavillion, you can also take part of the interior paintings by thai artists along the pavilion’s walls.

Inside the culture building that are on site, there are some museum pieces and memories from the pavilion’s creation. There is also the opportunity to take part in films, including Ramakien – a story of Thailand’s inception

In the water lily pond, you can try the Thai canoes. Ask the staff in the main building and you will get canoes and life jackets

Entrance, tourist and gift shop

In the main building you will find travel information with both Swedish and Thai brochures, sale of souvenirs and Thai products. Ask us about the different destinations in Thailand and we will help you with information.

Bringing your own refreshments

Bring your picnic blanket, own refreshments or buy something with you from the restaurants next door and sit and enjoy the area. Thai Pavilion offers coffee, tea, soft drinks and ice cream.

Accessibility

All toilets, roads and ramps in the area is wheelchair accessible

We’ll have to wait outside

Animals (eg. dogs) must wait outside the entrance. Assistance dogs are welcome

In our vicinity

Within 5 minutes drive from the Thai Pavilion, in Bispgården, there are both restaurants, Thai food, cafes and kiosks. For more information see www.ragundadalen.se 

Visit the Dead Falls

Combine your visit to the Thai Pavilion with a visit to the Dead Falls- Sweden’s largest natural disaster. Every day, you can combine your visit to the Thai Pavilion with the Dead Falls which is about 10 minutes drive from Utanede. Enjoy Thai food near the pavilion or grab a snack in the Dead Falls. Visit dödafallet.se for more information

Guided tours outside normal opening hours

If you are a group of at least 10 people, you can have a guided tour, please contact Ragundadalen for more information, +46 (0)696-68 10 90 or info@ragundadalen.se