Construction of Wat Suthat Thepwararam commenced in 1807 under the direction of King Rama I, who wanted it to be as stunning ... More
Wat Suthat Thepwararam
Construction of Wat Suthat Thepwararam commenced in 1807 under the direction of King Rama I, who wanted it to be as stunning as the temples in Ayutthaya, Thailand's former capital. Completed in 1851 under King Rama III, it certainly came close to being one and is still the tallest wat in Bangkok. The murals are done in traditional Thai-style. Phra Si Sakayamuni-one of the largest Sukhothai bronze Buddhas is also located here. There is a daily sermon in the evening. Visit the website for the hours of operation.
This Wat is made of white Carrana marble, hence it is also called The Marble Temple. Constructed by King Rama
V in 1901, it employs European ecclesiastic details, such as stained glass windows and contains a superb cloister collection ...
The spectacular Grand Palace is an example of great architecture. It is one of Bangkok's most impressive collection's of temples
and palaces. Although the Royal Family no longer resides here, the Palace is still used for ceremonial purposes, and ...
Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan is a Buddhist temple located at the foothills of the Phu Khao Thong (Golden
Mount). The temple was built during the Ayutthaya era (1350 1767) and was refurbished by King Rama I during ...
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