This "obelisk," constructed during the early days of King Rama IX's reign, is composed of reinforced marble and concrete. It ... More
This "obelisk," constructed during the early days of King Rama IX's reign, is composed of reinforced marble and concrete. It was built to memorialize soldiers, policemen and civilians who gave their lives in the service of their country. The Skytrain runs around it, and it is surrounded by shopping malls and fast food eateries. Plus, the roundabout is probably the busiest in the country.
This huge granite monument built in 1940 lies in the center of a busy roundabout. Its seven meter high wings
will help you get your bearings in the popular surrounds. Built to commemorate the establishment of the constitutional monarchy ...
Also known as Wat Phra Chetuphon, or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, this 200 year old Wat is Bangkok's
largest. Bursting with history, its highlight is the fantastic gold plated reclining Buddha. At 46 meters long and 15 ...
This is an innovative park cum museum (Muang Boran in Thai) in which visitors can learn about Thai architecture and
history. As you drive around, you will find famous buildings, monuments and temples representing all regions in Thailand. Visitors ...
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