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Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)
#1 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
... the sites along the river, but you must re cross the river on a smaller ferry for a few baht, simple process along from the Wat Arun temple, very easy, loved it great site to see, the Buddha is an awesome site
Exquisite beauty in architectural detail, mosaics, the reclining Buddha temple is one of the essential sights in Bangkok.
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Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)
#2 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
The very Beautiful Temple Of the Emerald Buddha (made of jade), the Temple Grounds, and Grand Palace are full of amazing sites and history of Beautiful Thailand that one may experience through its many sighs and s...
... respects but even with the crowds we braved the streets with a toddler and a baby...We were rewarded with a very calm inner surrounding and temple that has so many stunning views that you just cannot miss it.
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The Grand Palace
#5 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
There are so many extraordinarily beautiful colorful palaces, pagodas, statues, emerald Buddha (in Wat Phra Kaeo), frescoes, etc. to attract your eyes and camera shots, one cannot stop enjoying the sights and spir...
... palace compound and “must-see highlights” here include monstrous 2-story demon guardians, a scale model of Angkor Wat, Cambodia, and the most holy pilgrimage site for all Thais: the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
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Khao San Road
#6 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Every time i visit bangkok i ever miss to go Kao San Road, bangkok its because of its scenic view and colorful shops, food cart and the environment.
Food stands, clothing, souvenirs, artists, hippies, families, patios with booming music... it's a kaleidoscope of sights, sounds, and smells.
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Wat Bowonniwet Vihara
#8 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
the goldn idol of this temple is the best of all the attraction in bangkok the shining of the idol is the best the view and the transport is also easy
Quiant place and a nice site for a nice day outing.
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The Chakri Group (Phra Thinang Chakri Maha Prasat)
#9 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Always packed with tourist to get a WOW view of architectural wonders amidst mythical creatures and nearby Buddhist monasteries
The entire site is stunningly beautiful, well rennovated and well maintained.
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The Golden Mount (Wat Saket)
#11 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Very cozy and welcoming Warm and modern Beautifully decorated and few steps from the White House Amazing view from the rooftop and very inviting pool on the top
A gentle climb to the top of the mount, cooled by water mist pipes and waterfalls, with animal sculptures (some lurid and some beautiful) and a pleasant shrine at the top with great views and refreshing breezes.
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Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit)
#12 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Wat Arun is my favorite temple ! this temple in on side of Chaopraya river and have a very great view when sunrise and sunset.
We were using a tour guide (Tan from Asia World), and he was excellent at getting us in and around and answering all of our questions and providing a very informative background to every site we saw.
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Wat Ratchanatdaram Woravihara (Loha Prasat)
#13 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Spectacular buddhist temple (wat) with an ornate roof and great views over the Bangkok cityscape.
In the ground floor there is an extensive exposition about the history of the temple and from the top floor you will have an amazing view of Rattanakosin
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Wat Suthat
#15 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Try to imagine Thailand a few centuries ago and see the historical sights of yesteryear and enjoy (and have a nice coconut ... icy one... to take a quick sip of refreshing coconut juice).
Spectacular architecture and great views to be had at the top - well worth a visit enjoyed it more than the grand palace
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Rajadamnern Thai Boxing Stadium
#17 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Once I got to the stadium, it was amazing, ringside view and I could see the action up-close.
Great experience with incredible views.
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Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School
#18 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
As I am a fan of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Wat Pho Complex is really a big deal for me (recognised by UNESCO in its Memory of the World Programme).
A wonderful, exhilarating experience, leaving me feeling refreshed and ready for more of Bangkok’s sights.
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Chinatown - Bangkok
#32 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
From Khao San Road area you can get the river taxi to Chinatown for 15 baht so thats probably the easiest and quickest way to get there, plus you get see lots of beautiful sights from the river on the way.
The sites were absolutely beautiful at night the lights with all hustle and bustle the activity were fascinating.
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Wat Ratchabophit
#34 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Assumption Cathedral
#35 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
It is hidden from view by surrounding buildings save for the narrow driveway that leads to the cathedral's car park.
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Phra Sumen Fort
#38 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
I imagine during the day it would be a lovely place to walk, stroll along the river, visit the vendors and enjoy the majestic sights of the fort and the scenic
... along the river... To get here just take the long tail bot to last stop Phra Athit pier where Phra Sumen Fort lies...lots of walking and it's fun to see all this monuments and the best sites of this old Bangkok
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Wat Mangkon Kamalawat
#40 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
So you can combine a visit to Wat Traimit with some or all of these other sites.
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Wat Mahathat Yuwaratrangsarit
#43 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Phra Athit Road
#44 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Wat Intharawihan
#45 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Watindra @ Bangkok I c archaeological site of Buddhism an d hisrory of thai people.You can c painting of old thai social and all butiful art.c u @ soon again.
The temple is in a small back street and it has a giant Buddah which if you are lucky you can climb to get a city view.
Banglamphu
#46 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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The Upper Terrace
#47 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Walk along the Upper Terrace and views of various structures change with the light and perspective.
The buildings are crowded in together and walking around on the upper terrace lets you see details up close and gives you a view of adjacent buildings too.
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Wat Chana Songkhram
#49 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Bangkok City Pillar Shrine
#51 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Kuan Yim Shrine (Thian Fa Foundation)
#53 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Democracy Monument
#61 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Gurudwara Siri Guru Singh Sabha (Sikh Temple)
#64 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Tha Chang Pier
#65 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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Royal Pavilion Mahajetsadabadin
#72 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
Tiger God Shrine
#75 of 233 Sights & Landmarks in Bangkok
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