Must-see visit in the city of Bangkok. When you get there a lot of people will try to tell you that the door to the entrance is closed, but don't listen to them. They'll confuse you and their route will take you on a wild goose chase. To enter the palace complex of buildings you should wear long sleeves and be covered from the waist down. There is also the possibility of renting the proper clothing right there! The Royal Palace in Bangkok has been used as a royal seat from the eighteenth century to the mid twentieth century. Construction began in 1792 during the reign of Rama I. The most important building of the palace is the temple Wat Phra Kaew, which houses the Emerald Buddha.