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Royal Project, Research and Development

The Thai royal family has been instrumental in fostering the development of artistic and scientific development throughout the kingdom. Thanks to the gracious support of the royal family and the dedication of the staff and beneficiaries of these projects these Royal Projects have transcended their basic economic and intellectual goals and have become attractions worthy of patronizing by interested foreign visitors.

Highlight Attractions in Thailand
Bang Sai Arts and Crafts Centre

Located on the left bank of the Chao Phraya River in Tambon Bueng Yai, Amphoe Bang Sai. Farmers from Ayutthaya as well as from other provinces undergo training in folk arts and crafts here. At this centre, you will have ...

Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre

Established in 1999 to becomeThailand’s prime center for anthropology,  Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre emphasizes on conducting researches, studies and data base on anthropology in both lo...

Doi Inthanon Royal Project

Doi Inthanon Royal Project is in Khun Klang village close to the park headquarters.   The project was initiated in 1979 to help the hill tribes to cultivate cash crops other than opium and train them on modern ...

Huai Phak Phai Royal Project

Another Royal Projects station initiated by King Bhumibol in 1980, Huai Phak Phai covers a large denuded area in Ban Mae Ha village. This station focuses its researches and studies on roses. The tourist’s highlight...

Huai Ongkhot Royal Development Project

HM King Bhumibol initiated this royal project site in 1992 to develop the infertile area around the Ongkhot basin.