“Suan Pakkad” means “lettuce farm” in Thai, as the Suan Pakkad Palace Museum was once a lettuce farm. This is the former royal residence of Princess Chambon of Nakhon Sawan.

The Suan Pakkad Palace Museum is a collection of eight wooden houses built in the traditional Thai architectural style. These buildings house many artefacts and remnants of a once-forgotten way of life in Thailand, antique furniture and art. Including a popular mural of Ramayana in the Lacquer Pavilion. The surrounding gardens have been beautifully landscaped with swans and ducks.