The traditional Thai house called Tab Khwan in the Sanam Chan Palace
The Tab Khwan residence is the quintessential central Thai styled house. Made of wood, there are eight rooms, each of which is a small building in itself, arranged around a large plank court. The four larger rooms were used as bedrooms, a reception hall and dining room, while the smaller rooms served as the kitchen, aviary and servants quarters.
The Tab Khwan residence was used by the king during military exercises of his Wild Tiger Corps.
Note: No photography is allowed inside the palace buildings. You must leave any bags in the lockers provided before entering the buildings.