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You can not only stare at the 46-meter golden Buddha and lots of little buddhas at the temple, but also thoroughly cleanse your karma and attract luck.
Wat Pho is one of Bangkok’s most ancient and biggest temples. It draws in many tourists that, apart from everything else, want to see the temple’s major highlight – the statue of the Reclining Buddha. This is a remarkable sight indeed. The Buddha’s figure is covered in leaf gold and strikes with its imposing dimensions – 46 meters in length vs 15 meters in height.
Included in the entry fee are a bottle of cool water and a shoe storage bag for rent, as you only may walk there barefooted. Also beware of the dress-code that is in force throughout the temple complex – no bare body parts or ragged jeans are allowed.
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daily from 08:00 to 17:00
Phone: +66 2 226 0335
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Siam Ocean World Aquarium
Immerse in the Little Mermaid fairy-tale in Bangkok’s huge aquarium — here you’ll be surrounded by sea stars and multicolored fish, penguins and otters, rays and sharks.29
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
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
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
The Jim Thompson House
The mysteriously missing king of Thai silk left as a legacy to the world his beautiful house, which now accommodates a remarkable museum of antiques.3
A magnificent 18th century ensemble comprising museums, a library and the temple of the Emerald Buddha — this is a must-see for any visitor to Bangkok.22
The magnificent view of the city from the 63rd floor of a skyscraper, known to the wide public from the movie "The Hangover, Part 2", cannot leave anyone indifferent.5
It is rather small in size, but one of the most popular zoos in Bangkok. There are more than 1,600 species of different animals.20
A quiet lake creates a splendid atmosphere for a romantic evening; running tracks, fitness center and sports props rental are located in the park to help you to stay in good shape.10
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
Temple of Dawn Wat Arun
The magnificent pagoda, elegantly decorated with porcelain, is quite difficult to get to – your reward will be a stunning panoramic view of Bangkok!14
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