If you are wearing shorts etc the clothes that they give you are free - you just leave a deposit. Don't buy at the insistence of fake reps outside the walls
When you go to the place a man will come to you and say that today palace is closed for ceremony ..... don't don't believe go and visit that place. Every one wants you to visit gem factory don't go there that place is for nothing to loose your money Auto drivers/taxi drivers will take there free as they will... More
This is the most expensive of all the sites we visited at 600 baht each entrance fee. Very strict about dress code and the staff are not a friendly as other places we visited. When you are inside, the embarrasment of wearing the brightly coloured trousers you have had to hire soon fades when you see the buildings and yet... More
No trip to Bangkok would be complete without a visit to the Grand Palace, I have been a number of times and on each visit notice something new. The new Queen Sirikit museum is very interesting for anyone who likes fashion, sews or is interested in silk.
This is a must see when in Bangkok. My time in Bangkok was very short, but am glad that I managed to fit this into my stay. Our tour guide came from our hotel (Banyan Tree) and gave us so much information about the palace that you were mesmerised. Would advise anyone visiting Bangkok to go along, well worth the... More
Ive enjoyed looking around the beautiful structures around the palace. it says a lot about the rich culture of the country. The palace is huge and we visited early in the morning so there weren't many people roaming around. They dont allow visitors inside who are wearing revealing clothes (tank tops, shorts, mini skirts sleeveless), but if you must, as... More
It was pretty tough to get that sort of transcendant experience of visiting the Emerald Buddha due to the large crowds all chattering away and pushing to get to the front. Reminded me of visiting the Sistine Chapel, where I knew it was supposed to be one of the "must sees" but I just couldn't get into the moment.
We tried to visit the Grand Palace today but was told at the entrance by what I thought was security staff that the Palace was closed for a few hours. He suggested a Tuk Tuk to take us to a 1 hour boat trip until the Palace opened. We were advised this trip would be half the price of a... More
We had several hours walking around the grounds. Unashamed opulence. Stunning workmanship and intricate detailing. Definely worth visiting.
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