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  Phlabphlah Yot

 

Thailand

 

Phlabphlah Yot, a Royal Thai Pavilion in the King Rama IX Park (fig.), in Bangkok's khet of Prawet.

 

Whereas a phlabphlah is the name of a temporary quarters for a king, i.e. a royal pavilion, this on has a spire, called yot in Thai, hence the name.

 

  Phlabphlah Yot

 

  Phlabphlah Yot

 

It is reminiscent of the Aisawan Thipphaya Asana pavilion at Bang Pa-in (fig.), which is also built in the water of a pond.

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