This is a must see place on any visit to PP. Use a local guide as well....itll help sustain the local economy
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The write ups on the Silver Pagoda describe in detail the silver floor tiles and create the expectation that you will see a large section of floor in gleaming silver. However the floor is carpeted almost entirely and you have to look carefully in gaps...More
Not crowded and easy walk around and shows visitors an example of the skill of the builders and the imagination of the designers at the time
The silver pagoda was the busiest part of our visit to the royal palace grounds. Shoes are removed before entry and no photography allowed inside. There were a lot of people inside the pagoda during our visit. However it is very cool to see all...More
Very nice to visit, but don't hold your breath. It is part of Royal Palace. The whole Royal Palace is a collection of separate buildings, of which Silver Pagoda is one of them. Nice to see, but it doesn't overwhelm you. Built in the second...More
According to the guides and trip advisar we expected something spectacular. The "problem" with the silver is that the all floor is covered with carpets and to see "the silver" you have to ask the security where it was!
Our guide took us to the silver pagoda which is house in impressive grounds of the royal palace. I particularly liked the emerald Budha that was held within as it contained real gem stones. The floor was mostly covered to preserve it but the silver...More