It was a great experience. Visiting Silver Pagoda is included in the ticket to the Royal Palace. USD $10.25 as at Dec 2017.
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This is an amazing building which housed a gold Buddha encrusted with diamonds, and an emerald statue, 2 of the more significant statues in this building. The name Silver Pagoda derived from the silver tiles that covered the floors but this may not not be...More
Like the Royal Palace, which it stands next to, an outwardly visually attractive building, with its fluted roofs, and its yellow and red Buddhist colouring. Inside is a little more disappointing, as it's quite dark & gloomy. You shuffle round (it's very crowded) on red...More
This is the most interesting part of the royal palace complex and if you have seen the emerald buddha in the grand palace in Bangkok then you know what to expect - you cannot take photos in this pagoda. We came with a guide and...More
Amazing Pagoda but its not really silver as pointed out by my wife as we continued to walk around looking for something silver looking. Still the Pagoda is simply stunning and a must see, but its white and gold
Beautiful building both inside and out. The artifacts inside are so very interesting and the Buddah is absolutely beautiful. The floor is silver throughout, but covered with carpet to protect it.
The silver Pagoda is called such because of the hundreds of silver tiles on the floor which unfortunately you can hardly see because they appear to be coming up so the majority are covered in rugs. However, the complex of temples is a lovely sight...More