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A wonderful temple full of colour and serenity. This is a wonderful temple which I would put as a must see on any tour of Bangkok. The pictures that other trevellers have posted on Trip Advisor say it all.
Located next to Golden Mountain temple , so try to combine these two. Most of the beauty of Thai temples are their roof tops of course , extremely elegant , vibrant colors , several layers. But this temple wins it all - absolutely unique. Take...More
A masterpiece of an untypical Buddhist temple, built in the 19th & beginning 20th centuries. The top small mondhop contains a golden urn, which is said to contain ashes from Lord Buddha, a present by the Singhalese King to the King of Thailand. So tells...More
This is located near Golden Mount.The architecture is nice. It is a beautiful, peaceful and a serine place, There is no entrance fe charged but you are requested a donation just before the entrance.
It is said to contain some of the ashes f the...More
This splendid temple is often overlooked in favor of the Royal Palace and Wat Pho, but it is one of the most impressive you'll find in Bangkok. It's 36 meters high and the 37 spires represent the 37 virtues on the way to enlightenment. If...More
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You can wander the complex for free but there is a donation box to go inside the main building which should be done reverently and shoeless. Take the polished wooden staircase to the upper balconies to discover the meaning... More
You can wander the complex for free but there is a donation box to go inside the main building which should be done reverently and shoeless. Take the polished wooden staircase to the upper balconies to discover the meaning of Nirvana.