very clean and beautiful from the inside the temple and its cheap worth cisiting place
Very high ranking temple in Bangkok, once The King Rama 9 was a monk and he really respected one highest monk in this temple. All the Thai people love this temple so much. Worth visiting and you won’t regret. Also can walk around to Khaosan road, Tanee road, Phra A Thit road as well.
It is said that this is the Royal Thai Temple, also known as the Monk King Temple. The nineteenth Monk King of Thailand, Songdpa Nayesangwen, was abbot of the Bowang Temple and was appointed as the Monk King in 1989. The supreme leader of Buddhism is the Monk King.
Really interesting Hindu temple with beautiful bright exterior. Go around 5 to hear evening prayer
Wat Intharawihan (also spelled Wat Indravihan), this temple is well known for a huge standing Buddha image called "Luang Pho To" which 32 metres tall (108.99 feet) and 10 metres and 24 inches wide (40.09 feet)The topknot of the Buddha image contains a relic of Lord Buddha brought from Sri Lanka.The temple is open to the public every day and admission is free.
This is a temple, which was presided over by the brother of the King of Thailand. The temple is free of tickets. During my travels to Thailand, Thailand is holding a national funeral. Although it has been two months since the death of King Bhumibol, Thailand is holding a one-year national funeral, during which all temples do their deeds. The same is true of this temple. The image of King Bhumibol hangs in the main temple temple. In the middle, many foreign tourists come in to see, worship and take pictures.