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The magnificent pagoda, elegantly decorated with porcelain, is quite difficult to get to – your reward will be a stunning panoramic view of Bangkok!
Wat Arun is considered one of the most beautiful temples of Bangkok, in spite of its modest appearance. In contrast to other, no less popular temple complexes, at the Temple of Dawn you will not see many gold statues or expensive decorations. The great significance of Wat Arun for all Thais lies in its pagoda – a peaked tower, which is the highest one in Thailand.
Logically, the temple of Dawn is best to visit at dawn. After climbing to the top you will admire a bird's eye view of the surroundings. As soon as the city drops in dusk, floodlights illuminate the pagoda, and then you'll see it in all its glory, from a completely different perspective.
Entrance fee 50 baht.
Temple of Dawn Wat Arun on the mapLocation: 158 Wang Doem Road | Wat Arun, Bang Kok Yai
daily from 7:30 am to 05:30 pm
Phone: +66 2 891 2978
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The Golden Mount is a fabulous islet of peace in the heart of the bustling metropolis. The way along a winding path is not less beautiful than the temple on the top!15
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The Marble Temple
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Chao Phraya River
The heart of Thailand, or the river of life - that is what Thais, with awe and tenderness, call their "wet nurse" the Chao Phraya River.4
Theta State Float Center
Theta State Float Center is a highly popular place, due to the opportunity of body and soul recuperation in gravity free conditions that this center presents.12
The Jim Thompson House
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National Theater of Thailand
You may not understand a word of the classical plays in the Thai language, but the actors’ ornate costumes and the beautiful setting will speak for themselves.9
Baiyoke Sky Tower
Feel like an astronaut when getting to the top of one of the highest (309 m) buildings in the city – a high-speed elevator will whisk you almost into the space like a rocket!23