Sanphet Prasat Palace (also called the White Palace), Thailand. Or at least a replica of it — the original was burned to the ground when Burma invaded in 1767, leaving only the raised red brick base.
Sanphet Prast can be seen in Ancient Siam (also called Ancient City), a 200-acre park in the shape of Thailand, featuring 116 painstakingly constructed replicas or scale models of the nation’s preeminent landmarks.
The park’s founder was originally going to build a golf course with miniatures. His second idea was better.
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