Sa-wad-dee-ka! Welcome to the city of angles, Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand.
Please choose option of your prefer transportation. All basically trips are included English speaking tour guide.
- Option 1 – Transportation by private air conditioning car/van
- Option 2 – Transportation by public boat in Chao Praya river
Wat Pho means the monastery of the Bodhi tree. This is the extraordinary temple dedicated to King Rama I where the cinerary remains are enshrined. Wat Pho is also classified as one of the six First Class Royal temples in Thailand. It is one of the largest and oldest temples in Bangkok with an area of 22 acres and is home to more than one thousand Buddha images. It is considered the earliest centre for public education in Thailand, and the marble illustrations and inscriptions placed in the temple for public instructions has been recognized by UNESCO in its Memory of the World Program. It also houses a school of Thai medicine, and is also known as the birthplace of traditional Thai massage which is still taught and practiced at the temple. Wat Pho is not only the largest temple in Bangkok, but also where one of the most beautiful Reclining Buddha is enshrined.
Wat Arunratchawararam Ratchaworamahawihan or the Temple of Dawn is the extraordinary temple dedicated to King Rama II where the cinerary remains are enshrined. This temple is also classified as one of the six First Class Royal temples in Thailand. It is one of the most famous landmarks in Bangkok because it is the location of the Thailand’s tallest prang, a Thai architectural tower built with influence of Khmer architectural style. Moreover, this sacred temple was the religious, ceremonial and spiritual center of the Thai people during the reign of King Taksin the great. The famous Emerald Buddha image was also once enshrined about 6 years here before being transferred to the Emerald Buddha Temple in 1785.
- Temple of Reclining Buddha
- Temple of Dawn
Please do not dress this way when entering a Temple or place of worship. There are strict with dress code so be prepared! So if you are not sure then make sure.
- No sleeveless shirts
- No vests
- No short top
- No see through tops
- No short hot pants or short pants
- No torn pants
- No tight pants
- No bike pants
- No mini skirts