This is a small temple located in a small alley. It is really not the kind of place that tourists would go, but this kind of place will feel like a paradise. The temple is very quiet and the environment is good.
The temple I visited early in the morning is still hidden in the morning glow. The cut image is still quite beautiful. Although it is not a tall building, it is still quite beautiful. Then there is a cafe next to the temple which is not bad.
The location of this temple is not easy to find. It is in a relatively deep alley, but there is a more obvious cafe at his door. After finding this cafe, I found this temple. You can take a look.
It is a very small temple. Basically, we didn't see two tourists when we went, but this temple has its own unique charm. Its buildings are all kind of small and exquisite. I think it is still very beautiful.
This place is a bit far away, but I think it is worth visiting as a temple with a heritage, to see the more complete modern architecture and the ancient ruins.
Wat Ratchabophit is a historic royal temple built by King Rama V in 1869. It consists of a 43 m high golden stupa surrounded by a central courtyard and a giant round wall beautifully decorated with ha...
Wat Ratchabophit is wonderful and peaceful. The temple is well maintained and very clean. It is free to enter. The architecture is beautiful.
Very beautiful, peaceful and very clean. We were there when monks were arranging the main church and a special seat that the Patriarch would use to pray on that afternoon.
Don't waste your time here. Arrogant, Rude, Unfriendly staff, unwelcoming place. Try these nearby famous historical temples: Wat Phra Kaew. ... Wat Pho. ... Wat Saket. ... Wat Arun
Beautiful temple, no entry fee. Royal cemetery is located in this temple, not far from Wat Phra Kaew. This temple is resident of Patriarch.