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I wouldn’t have gone out of my way to see this but it’s right across the street from the grand palace. It’s not a major sight but it’s worth a peek if you have some extra time as it has historical significance. King Rama I...More
What a treasure we have here. Loved the intricate design feature in this most humble and spiritual place. Do be careful with the wasps who are attracted to the fragrances laid out to the entrances to this shrine.
It is across from the emerald Buddha so it doesn’t get all the tourist. Mostly Thai’s visitors most doing traditional worship. Go if you want to see the true working Watt. Be respectful any ware you take your shoes off. Ask questions and if they...More
This is the first construction of the city when King Rama I decided to build the city.
Believe in spirit (Animism) this is a spirit shine who protect the city.
Lot of spiritual activities inside the compound such as Thai classical dance and musicfor pay...More
a temple which has quiet surrounding and architect are unique! I was there to a quick visit but it took an hour not because there is so much thing to see! sitting at the corner and see people moving in the temple itself is fascinating!...More
Lak Mueang is a tiny little structure, in the Rattanakosin island, that most tourists miss. It is one of the most significant buildings because it was the first one to be built in the new capital. All other temples and the Grand Palace were built...More