Bangkok: Temples Worth Seeing

There are many things in Thailand that will leave you with your mouth open: its beaches, its landscapes, its mountains, and the temples of its capital, Bangkok. They will have given you a lot of recommendations and, if you do not have much time because you will be a few days in the city, it will cost you to choose from. That’s why we give you the information you need to know what temples to see.

First of all, keep in mind that, even if it’s hot, if you go with a skirt or shorts or with bare shoulders they won’t let you in, so you should look for a sarong and cover yourself before bangkok city and temple tour.

Temple Of The Emerald Buddha Or Wat Phra Kaew

It is considered one of the most important in Thailand. The temple is part of the Grand Palace and consists of several temples and rooms. It is one of the most visited monuments in Bangkok.

In this temple, you can admire one of the most revered Buddha statues in the country, which was carved from a single block jade. The temple is filled every day with tourists and people who come to pray.

Temple Of The Reclining Buddha Or Wat Pho

It is next to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and is one of the oldest in the country. In this temple, you can visit more than 1,000 sculptures of Buddha and the reclining Buddha 15 meters high and 45 long.

The curious fact of this temple is that it is considered the first public university in Thailand. If you visit the temple today, you can give yourself a relaxing massage or take a short course.

Temple Of Dawn Or Wat Arun

It is located on the right bank of the Chao Phraya river. Its location is striking and also that it is different from all the other temples in the city. You can see its golden towers of colors.  It is advisable to take the boat from the other side of the river to admire the views of the temple from the water.

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