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All reviews beautiful temple painted ceiling meditation centre panoramic view of the city main pagoda prayer room bangkok area free entry worth the effort worth a visit dome luang floor statues turtles chedi collection
I've done the big ones Grand Palace, Wat Arun, etc. etc. The 4th floor is the main event but there is plenty to explore, cross the bridge with a nice river view for more intriguing statues. Once you do this, it's also a collection point...More
One of the most beautiful temple I saw in Thailand. And i saw a lot. Very quiet, not so much tourist and free for everyone. They start to built many things around this temple . Inside the first chedhi, it's like a museum, and in...More
We often go to Wat Paknam. The main stupa of is Wat Paknam beautiful. The paintings on the main hall was wonderful. The temple offers free meditation in the evening. You could allocate about two hours for the temple. The temple officers are friendly and...More
This is not your ordinary Temple! This is a large complex with living quarters for nuns, monks and several smaller temples. However the main draw is properly called the Maharatchamongkhon Stupa-a snow white structure with several floors inside. There is a huge red meditation/prayer room,...More
This is one of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok. All 4 levels are well worth visiting. Each level very different. We recommend walking up, and then use elevator to return to ground level. Great view from 4th floor.
Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen is a colorful, fascinating five hundred year old Buddhist temple located across the Chao Phraya River in one of those endless indistinguishable suburbs of western Bangkok. While many of these types of temples appear similar from the outside the interiors are often...More
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Hi.. sorry I don't know your hotel exactly..but as information the last time I'd stay at Novotel Ploenchit Sukumvit and the driver picked me up from the hotel to Wat Pho it takes about 45minutes-1hour..