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The reason that the miniature of Angkor wat have been presented here because during the reign of Rama King IV or year 1851 - 1868, the territory of Thailand during that period also covered Cambodia or Khmer empire as its colony. The king had his...More
It is located inside the Grand Palace Complex and right next to the Wat Phra Kaew temple [Emerald Buddha temple]. I really could not understand why it was here and it felt a bit odd to see it as it stood out from all the...More
Had it not been for a tour guide when visiting Bangkok’s Grand Palace, not only would I have been endlessly lost but I learned that each of the many architectural styles of structures are derived from various cultures and countries. As example, the golden, bell-shaped...More
In case you dough know where it is...it's inside the Grand Palace right within the compound of Wat Phra Keaw(Emerald Budhha)...one of the great sculptures I've seen. If you've paid for the entrance fees THB 500 which is the only Wat that charges so make...More
Angkor Wat is absolutely amazing, and you should definitely visit it while in Cambodia.
This odd model of the temple is rather tacky and I still don't understand why it was put in the middle of the Grand Palace's grounds.
While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.