This is the monumental Thai temple often used on Bangkok postcards. The damp has caused a lot of mould on plaster which from time to time is maintained, but the most impressive aspect is the scale of the temple and its ceramic tiling and decorations with a lot of use of gold. Across the river from the Royal district it was the first temple to be lit by the rising sun and this is where its name comes from. easily accessible by river boat and ferry.
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