Wangjiatian Plaza is a square near the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. Most of the surrounding squares are Thai national buildings, and there are many vehicles coming and going. It is also a must pass for everyone to go to the Grand Palace. It is very good for everyone to take pictures here.
The Royal Field Plaza was once open to the public in all directions, and people often gather here to socialize, especially at night. For some reason, those in power built a wall on this square and transformed part of it into a square. It may be due to the consideration of being able to manage the crowd more conveniently. But I am still not used to this change. Historically, the nearly 30-acre square in front of the Grand Palace was used as a place for cremation of royals. King Bhumibol was cremated here last year. But this place is now used for a large number of various events and celebrations. When I came yesterday, I celebrated Father’s Day here again (King Bhumibol’s birthday, so far this king is still widely respected as an elder). There is also an exhibition of the life of King Bhumibol, and "The Voice of Love" fills the square. This is how happiness is produced.
The famous Wangjiatian Square in Bangkok is very close to the Grand Palace. It is a national square in Thailand. Although the area of the square is not particularly large, the surrounding world is full of famous Thai buildings. Many Thai government agencies are located on this square. Almost every tourist who visits the Grand Palace will pass by here. You may wish to feel it.
สนามหลวง Wang Jiatian is in the center of Bangkok, in front of the old King Palace Jade Buddha Temple, occupying an area of about 75 Lai (ไร่). It can be said that the National Square of Thailand, the Royal Family and the religious ceremony celebrations are held here, and there are ancient national movements that are performed and contested here. สนามหลวง The correct translation should be Wangjia Square, but it is generally called Wangjiatian, but that is also true, long ago, there was a vast field of farmland. And every Spring Farming Festival, Wangjia held a celebration ceremony here. Two hundred years ago, during the Dacheng Dynasty, it was a rice plantation and a place for people to cremate. The red-headed ships from mainland China, coming here with the South China Sea monsoon, will pass through the capital city, mostly stopping to do business on the riverside of the area before continuing to the city, where some Chinese lived at the end of the Great City Dynasty. Zheng Wang moved to Tunwuli, which made the riverside more prosperous, and has become a small town. Prince Rama I built the palace in Bangkok, which is now the Jade Buddha Temple, before moving the Chinese to the riverside of Songyue Road and Sanpin. At this time, the wangjiatian began to form, but still do the crematorium, built a royal crematorium. Until the period of the Rama III, the wangjiatian was officially named, the royal family moved the main religious rituals and royal celebrations, held here. Kite competitions started here during the Rama IV period, followed by other national sports, such as Thai boxing, Thai chess and vine balls, held annually. When King Rama V returned from a visit to Europe in 1882, he saw that all European countries had national squares that could be used as both a national celebration and a gathering place for the people. So he decided to rectify and expand the royal fields, remove crematoriums and irregular buildings. The chairs of the palace extend to the near the sun dock, the site is planned to be oval, around the Wangjiatian around the planted acid angle tree, divided into two rings, outer ring 840, inner ring 820, these trees after more than 100 years, still remain. After the renovation of the royal farm was expanded, many major royal and religious ceremonies were held here, and many festivals and entertainment were held. In addition to the annual kite competitions and national sports in March and April, there have been horse racing, racing, golf tournaments, and world-famous circuses. Wang Jiatian once hosted the Bangkok Century Anniversary, the 2500 year Buddhist calendar "Buddha's Birth of the 25th Century", the bicentenary of Jiandu. Wang Jiatian is not only the location of the ceremony and celebration, the venue for the movement and leisure of the common people, but also the center of Bangkok, many important buildings, tourist attractions and monuments, all around the surrounding area, and the most important transportation center in Bangkok, there are dozens of bus routes, all passing here. A lot of places have to be driven from here. So all day long, it's a lot of people.
At 14:28 on December 22, 2019, Krathum Baen, the current sunny, 33℃, humidity 52%, east wind 2, the air quality is excellent. [interest] Thailand as a whole is very comfortable and very refreshing here. [price/performance] consumption is not high.