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I visited here on a trip to Bangkok. I hired a tour guide who had impeccable knowledge about the temples and in particular this temple. Be prepared for crowds during busy seasons. I was very lucky to get there early and see the whole place...More
My problem was trying to get there at a less busy time....almost impossible! After seeing the crowds in the morning I went back in the afternoon. Roughly 3pm. It closes at 3.30. But it took no more than an hour to go around it. Paid...More
The Jade Buddha Temple and the Grand Palace are linked together. To tell the truth, it's silly not to know where it is, but to follow people. It may be a public memorial day. There are many local wearing black clothes. They can enter through...More
This temple of Emerald Buddha is a must for people visiting Thailand . We consider this temple attaching to the Royal Palace as Wat ku Ban ku Mueng means Wat of the King. In the history , there have been a pair of Wat &Wang...More
Okay! The temple is beautiful and breathtaking... BUT it is within the grand palace premises, so expect too much crowd, no calm, and rude authorities. I'm sure I would have loved it but the ambience just didn't do it for us and we were left...More
Its located in the grand palace complex.so you will enjoy your time seeing the pure thai art in the paintings and cravings and status. Its a big temple for buddha.there is a place where you have to take off your shoes to enter inside.please wear...More