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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

From the many temples to the palace, it is an amazing visit. We arrived mid morning and it was already very crowded in the temple areas. Sometimes there were congested areas that made it challenging to pass through. Little less crowded over toward the palace. Conservative dress is a must - long pants and covered shoulders. Be prepared to take off shoes to enter temples.

Thank Darren L
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

As any other temple, there are some rules you need to follow. If not you wont be allowed to enter.

There's no way you can enter with a tank top. This rule is for both, males and females

Don't show the shoulder at all. Cover them.

No short skirts.

Your back must be cover also.

No shorts or low cut clothing.

Don't show your ankles.You can buy cheap pants from outside.

No flipflops.

No bare chest for males.

Thank Ninaa C
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

If you need to learn Thai history. I recommend this place. any story inside and grateful buildings. Once in Bangkok Please come here for good memory

Thank AbbasBKK
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

The grounds here are nice to explore. The architecture is a mix of several styles inspired by Greece, Italy, Portugal, China, and others. I'm not sure it flows as well as it should. You are not permitted to enter the Grand Palace, and although this isn't a temple it has some of the strictest clothing requirements. I felt a bit of propaganda peddling here but it's still a nice visit overall.

Thank JH_10999
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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

This place is so crowded that I probably never saw anything like it.... rows upon rows of Chinese trains rolling in to ensure this isn’t a enjoyable experience.... but will always be a must see

Thank CLJ_DK
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