i have been many times with friend when they first come to thailand i was living in different parts of thailand , l not a bit about bangkok
About Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
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Big temple grounds and despite being busy, it's not a noisy location as visitors are respectful of the temple. Must visit in Bangkok to understand the Thai culture better.
One of Bangkok’s most famous landmarks and known from many postcards, the Wat Arun is best known for its massive prang, a tower on the Chao Phra river bank built in Khmer architectural style. The prang with its height of more than 80 meters is...More
We did the Grand Palace, Wat Pho (reclining Buddha) and Wat Arun in the same morning. This was worth the 100 baht admission. Wat Arun is located on a water taxi stop so it's easy to get to and from. Just get on at any...More
It is another must-visit tourist spot when in Bangkok. It is enjoyable to take the boat ride from Saphan Thaksin along Chao Phraya River to reach this temple. Pay attention that visitors must wear clothes that cover their shoulders and knees.
You dont have to spend a lot of time here but it is worth seeing...all of the structures are covered in fired tiles. There are also cats roaming around that are friendly.
This is a lovely and unique temple. The walls are decorated with pieces of porcelain. I personally found it hectic. There appears to be parts to this temple and each section costs 50 baht for entry. You need to take a ferry from across the...More
If you go by boat in Chao Praya to the north, you will not miss to see this place on the left side of the river. The temple is made of tiles and it is just an amazing place to explore and admire its beauty.