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2 Sanamchai Road Grand Palace Subdistrict, Pranakorn District, Bangkok 10200 Thailand
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Pattaya and Coral Island Small-Group Day Tour from Bangkok
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Pattaya and Coral Island Small-Group Day Tour from Bangkok

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● Spend an action-packed day visiting Pattaya and Coral Island (Koh Larn) from Bangkok<br>● Swim, snorkel, play beach sports or simply relax on a gorgeous Pattaya beach<br>● Soak up stunning views from Pattaya Viewpoint<br>● Travel from Bangkok to Pattaya in a comfy air-conditioned vehicle with a local expert<br>● Benefit from a “TripGuru Signature” trip: curated, solo travel friendly &amp; in small groups
USD 75.00 per adult
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MissL219 wrote a review 3 Jan.
Essex, United Kingdom1,463 contributions134 helpful votes
The giant Buddha is the main attraction here and is such a fantastic sight. If you angle it correctly you can get a shot of the whole Buddha. It does get very crowded but on the whole not too bad. You have to take your shoes off and put them in a bag when you enter and then carry them with you. You will also need to have your shoulders and knees covered before entering. There is also an area where you can collect coins to drop into a long line of buckets. It's meant to symbolise the good deeds the Buddha had to complete.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Francois-Laing wrote a review Dec. 2020
Phuket Town, Thailand90 contributions30 helpful votes
When you're in Bangkok Wonderful Experience, having a tour guide is a must. Explained everything very well. Will definitely go back
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Alenj51 wrote a review Sep. 2020
New Zealand25 contributions29 helpful votes
The sleeping buddha is just one part of Wat Pho and other beautiful plac is Pagodas. Many pagoda here. Nice place great to see again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Grace T wrote a review Sep. 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom124 contributions69 helpful votes
Like most of the temples we visited, the whole place is just stunning. Incredible colours and details everywhere you look.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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juSS wrote a review Aug. 2020
257 contributions137 helpful votes
If you are in Bangkok, whether to take in the culture, history, architecture or even if you are just stopping en route to another part of Thailand the reclining Buddha is a sight worth seeing. The Buddha is huge and inside the main part of the temple where the Buddha is, the art on the walls is brilliant. Most people only see the large reclining Buddha but there is lot more detail and art to observe here, and around on the grounds. Make sure to go around - just when you think the whole Buddha is golden you get to the end and see the feet of the Buddha with a lot of detail and patterns. You are provided with bags outside. You must take off your shoes and put them in a bag and carry them with you (likely to avoid a pile of shoes all over the place and your shoes going missing amongst the large tourist crowds that tend to visit the site).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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