Wat Lak Muang
passed the National Pillar Temple on the way to the Thai Ministry of Defence. Although the temple is not big, the significance is still very important. The pillars in the temple represent the gods who protect Bangkok and attract many people to pray. When the time came, the main entrance was locked. We went in from the side door, and the security guard did not stop us, so it should be feasible. Next to the Thai Ministry of Defence, we don't want to worry about anything.
Wangjiatian Square Sanam Luang
is being repaired when it comes to Wangjiatian Square, so there is no way to enter it, only to look outside. It is like a huge playground. The Thai royal family will hold some important celebrations and events here. Usually open to the Thai people for opportunities and rest and entertainment. Just beside the Grand Palace, you can visit the Grand Palace.
Opposite the splendid Grand Palace in Thailand, there is a highly contrasting Bangkok national pillar temple. The plain appearance is like a fresh and refined woman, and people can't help but be curious. There is no need for tickets here. Every holiday, there are citizens to pray, and the incense continues. In the south of the Grand Palace, there is the largest reclining Buddha temple in Thailand. There is a reclining Buddha with a length of 46 meters and a height of 15 meters. There is also a "Buddha kitten" in the temple. There is no excitement in the Grand Palace, but a bit more tranquility. After a leisurely afternoon, basking in the sun and walking in the temple, admiring the reclining Buddha, there is indeed a kind of refined and comfortable.