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Saranrom Palace lies across from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Grand Palace. Its gracefully curved central gable bears the insignia of King Rama IV.

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The spacious inner courtyard is adorned with sculpted fountains

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The Bua Kaew portal, with its intricately carved frieze of gilded wood, connects the old building with the new. This view is from the new building; through the portal lies the Main Hall.

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The Devawongse Conference and Dining Room boasts a ceiling inlaid with wood and gold trim, and walls decorated with Italian still-life oil paintings which King Rama V brought back from his European visit. The marble bust to the right is that of Krom Phraya Devawongse Varopakarn, the father of Thai diplomacy.

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The reception area in the Traidhos Room, which originally served as the office of the Undersecretary and is now used for small receptions and conferences.

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The Main Hall is a model of understated elegance with its gold-yellow motif and the ornate craftsmanship of the carved ceiling panels and ventilation grills.