Wat Ratchapradit Wat Ratchapradit is the burial place of the fourth emperor of Thailand. Compared with other temples, the level is much higher. The temple area is also very large. There are many exclusive sacrifices and huge portraits of Thailand's current King Rama X and Queen Mother.
Not very famous, so not many tourists, really beautiful, very special, gray marble. There are many murals in the temple, you can still see them.
The Lachapadit Temple was built by King Rama IV, so it is a royal monastery and is a master painter of the court artist, a must-see mural depicting the various ceremonies of the royal family.
The walls of the hall of La Chapadite are covered in blue marble and the main hall is a replica of the most sacred statue of Buddha. The doors and windows are artifacts imported from Japan 150 years ago and King Rama IV is closely connected with the history of the temple
Very nice sights, nice to see and worth a visit
The temples are quite a bit of a place to visit, but it is also a Buddhist country, so it is nice to walk around if you want, but if you don't believe in Buddhism