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Grand Palace

Only with long trousers, covered shoulders and closed shoes you can go in. You can borrow these clothes at the entrance desk for less money, too.

Its the star of many a "visit Thailand" poster. Perhaps a better known symbol of Bangkok than the Grand Palace. Its Wat Arun, "the Temple of the Dawn."

the resting 46 m long and 15 m high, gilded Buddha. At the soles 108 plates in inserting work of Perlmutt represent the rules of the Buddhism.the Temple of the Emerald Buddha stands Wat Phra Chetuphon, which is more commonly known by its old name of Wat Po. But there is actually much more to see than the one colossal statue.

  • Last visit to Bangkok: Apr 2003
  • Intro Written Jan 29, 2004
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