After going to ayutthaya, grand palace, wat pho. This place is similar but is also under renovation. Many Buddha statues you could probably akip this if you've visited the other temples.
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I was so very impressed by this temple and it artifacts. Truly a magical place. Time stands still and one can feel the history overwhelm ones being when you are there.
After three weeks cruising in SE Asia, we were becoming a bit “templed-out”, but this temple held our attention and was memorable for the quadrangle lined with150 identical, or almost identical, Buddhas all the way around. They were all funded by families whose loved ones’...More
It's worth going here as part of a tour as there are things about the temple and the swing that are pretty amazing that you wouldn't have known about if you just went around by yourself. Another amazing piece of architecture and Bangkok history.
This temple has long and admired history, please visit and feel the respect and admire for Lord Buddha statue located in the chapel and King Rama 8 statue located inside the temple arcade. In the evening you can also join monk Bali praying. Beautiful touch...More
You can see the Buddhas before and after painting. Gift shop. Water for sale and snacks. Nice fountains and plenty of great photo opportunities.
This was a royal temple which is very quiet with a lovely peaceful atmosphere. There were tourist here perhaps because off the main routes.Has lovely display a small Buddhas set out as listening to the main speaker.There was lots of renovation in main building. There...More