Originally called Norasingh Residence King Rama VI commissioned this as a residence for General Chao Phraya Ram Rakop. Later, the government bought it and obtained the right of ownership from the general's heir. Since then it ha been the Government House and the venue where official guests of the government are entertained.
Thaikoofah Mansion: Formerly named Kraisorn Mansion, this two-storey building combines the Italian Renaissance style with Gothic pointe arches in the exterior walls. There are frescoes o the main ceilings. The building contains an No Room for receiving foreign dignitaries. To its right are the Purple reception room, and the Dome room where official guests may be accommodated
Nareesmosom Mansion: formerly called Pr Kan Building, this is the administrative office 0 the Government House.
Santimaitree Mansion: This is made up o two buildings which surround an open area wit a fountain in the centre. The front building was built when F.M. Plaek Pibulsongkram was prim minister, the rear building in the time of F.M. Sari Thanarat. Both buildings are used for reception and seminars.