Sala Thai at Ueno Zoo - Japan

Sala Thai at Ueno Zoo - Japan
Sala Thai at Ueno Zoo - Japan
Sala Thai is a majestic building located in Ueno Zoo, located in Taito City, Japan. It was built in the late 19th century and was the first building of its kind to be constructed in the country. The building was designed to provide a place of leisure and relaxation for visitors, and it was named to pay homage to King Chulalongkorn of Siam, who enthusiastically supported the plans. It is constructed of many traditional materials, such as Japanese cypress, and features a large glass dome with intricate patterns. Inside, visitors can view a collection of royal thai artifacts, in addition to traditional handicrafts, as well as a variety of exotic birds, plants, and animals. It is a unique and captivating example of East-meets-West architecture, and it provides a rare opportunity for visitors to glimpse into old-world Thailand.