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The Dusit Sawan Thanya Maha Prasat Hall Constructed under the royal command of King Narai the Great, the Hall was formerly used by King Narai as an audience hall receiving high-ranking foreign ambassadors. This was the place where the King received Chevalier de Chaumont, the representative of King Louis XIV of France. The Hall was built in a perfect blending of French and Thai architectural styles.

 

The Suttha Sawan Pavilion The Pavilion was once located amidst a beautifully decorated garden with ponds and fountains. This was the place where King Narai the Great resided and died on 11 July 1688. Apart from the Pavilion, which had been restored by King Mongkut, only the remains of man-made hills and fountains can be seen.

 

Kraison Siharat Hall Commonly known as Phra Thinang Yen, the Hall is located on an island in a dried up lake, Thale Chupson, which once supplied fresh drinking water to the people of Lopburi. Kraison Siharat Hall was used as the residence of King Narai, Jesuits and envoys of King Louis XIV of France when they came to witness a lunar eclipse on 11 December, 1685

 

Phra Chao Hao Building Built by King Narai the Great, the building is located to the south of the outer section of the palace. Serving as the Kings private audience hall, the building featured Thai-style architecture of which it is possible to see only the remains of wall sections with visible decorative motifs at the doors and windows.

 

Banquet Hall Surrounded on three sides by ponds, the Hall was built to entertain important foreign visitors. One of the remains includes a brick platform facing the Hall, which was used as a stage or theatre possibly for shadow plays or dances showing that the place was once used as an entertainment compound.

 

Phiman Mongkut Pavilion This pavilion was a three-story brick building where King Rama IV (King Mongkut) resided when he visited Lop Buri during the renovation of the Palace. Connected to the pavilion are three other buildings namely Suttha Winitchai Pavilion, Chai Sattrakon Pavilion and Akson Sattrakhom. All these buildings are now being used as the offices of the Lop Buri National Museum.

Phra Prathiap Building A group of eight two-story buildings built behind King Mongkut's residence ( Phiman Mongkut Pavilion ), which were used as residences for inner court officials.

Royal Guards Residence This is located at the entrance of the middle court.

Structures built during the reign of King Narai the Great  continued:-

Lopburi Province Page 6, Phra Narai Ratchaniwet ( King Narais Palace ) Structures built during the reign of King Narai the Great
Lopburi Province Page 8, Places of Interest around the Province, eg; King Narai National Museum