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Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)

2 Sanamchai Road. | Grand Palace, Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
+66 2 226 0335
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Private Tour: Bangkok Temples Including Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho
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One of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok features the famous Reclining Buddha, which is the largest in Thailand measuring more than 150 feet in length.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average6%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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2 Sanamchai Road. | Grand Palace, Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
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+66 2 226 0335
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Would recommend going to visit this temple. You need a couple of hours to enjoy the surroundings. Dress code is important, long trousers or skirts and cover up the arms.

Thank MazBoland
Reviewed yesterday

This is a must to visit place when you are in Thailand. It is amazing and wonderful to see this very large and tall reclining Buddha.

Thank tmvint
Reviewed yesterday

A pleasant and colorful temple much less crowded that the Grand Palace and its thousands of tourists. Good opportunities to take photos without tourists all around you. The reclining Buddha is spectacular. The gift shop is outrageously expensive. They asked for $37 for a wooden...More

Thank delacova
Reviewed yesterday

There is so much info regarding this Buddhist Temple. I strongly recommend getting a good guide. Everything from the history, the restoration, the in-laid pearl, etc can only be appreciated if you have a good proper guide (our guide was from Thai Tour Guide). As...More

Thank ppts
Reviewed yesterday

Went here on one of our free days before going off to the islands. Well worth a visit very peaceful.

Thank Jimmywtedesco
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My companion and I have seen many Buddhist temples in our Asian travels. This one is only second to that in Nara, Japan. I highly recommend it! By far the best one we visited in Bangkok.

Thank Tim M
Reviewed yesterday

This is one of the places that you have to visit when you're in Bangkok It is really interesting to see all of these put it in the specially the reclining Buddha

Thank McMaccan
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Its one of the best temples to visit in Bangkok. We took uber from Silom around 1400 which will drop you the the front. Make sure check traffic first if choosing to go by taxi or uber. The entry cost is 100baht then you can...More

Thank Karun K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you haven't already seen enough buddhas this a good place to come and see some more. There are restrictions on photographing the more highly regarded statues.

Thank PaulU561
Reviewed yesterday

The Temple of reclining Buddha is one amazing location. In spite of being a temple, it has so much to see around. The beautiful carvings, colours, the traditional touch on every minute thing - is beautiful! The doorways, the statue of Buddha, his smiling face...More

Thank Priyanka P
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the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and
most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to
this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off
their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most
spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to
Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
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Jonathan L
Hello! Would it be better to get a guide for the temple before visiting or go to the temple and find a guide there? Thank you
27 May 2017|
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Response from Dizzylizzie4 | Reviewed this property |
We booked before hand and we got really good advise from our hotel concierge. Instead of booking a trip with others we hired a guide for the entire day. He picked us up in an air conditioned minivan, he had a driver so he... More
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Calling M
how much is the entery fee?
24 May 2017|
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Response from JanaC_free2017 | Reviewed this property |
It's 100 Baht and you get a small bottle of water with it ;-).
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David M
Can anyone tell me what the guidelines are around taking photos and video at the reclining Buddha and the temple?
15 April 2017|
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Response from Britt B | Reviewed this property |
Many people were taking pictures and video when we were there this week. Some places specifically ask you not to, but these were not those. Also, these are working temples with monks and people praying, please be... More
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