Sutai Temple is also a famous temple in Bangkok, it has been a hundred years of history, is one of the oldest and largest temple in Thailand. The temple has a huge swing at the front door of his sign, and the Buddha statues in the temple from Sukhothai ancient city transported here, so it is very precious, the incense has been very prosperous.
We visited Sutai Temple yesterday and paid 100 baht for the entrance fee, but found that many places were covered by renovation works. Nobody told us this when we paid the tickets, otherwise we would not have come in to visit. The temple is beautiful but it is not better than the free Wangsun Temple nearby. It is also far less impressive than the similar Reclining Buddha Temple or the cheaper Zheng Wang Temple. This temple covers a large area, not far from the Grand Palace, there are many doors to enter, the main entrance seems to be charged, I happened to enter from the side door, but did not enter the temple interior, just a little wandering around the area, after all, I wear short skirts, enter the temple to long skirts and trousers.
The Sutai Temple in Bangkok is an important temple in Thailand. It is one of the oldest and largest temples in Thailand. The most famous is the huge swing in front of the temple and the magnificent frescoes inside the temple, one of the most incense temples in Bangkok, Thailand, and it is worth a visit.
I really liked wat sugar, it was a nice change from the hordes of tourist at many of the temples. It was a great place to sit for a bit and get a feel for the local religious life.
In visual terms, this temple is right up there with the best, opulent, gaudy and striking, resplendent, serene and captivating, this is one of the finest temples on the Bangkok temple tour - and it is relatively unscathed by tourist mobs. The temple is actually on a small scale, but there is enough to keep you busy for a couple of hours. The access is fairly simple as well, it is at the end of Bamrung Muang Road.