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Wow‼️😲 Beautiful 😍 #WatDonMueng ⛩, I 👩🏻 have enjoyed an early morning 🔅🔆 walk🚶🏻♀️& visit during my 🛩 ✈️🛫 #Bangkok #Thailand 🇹🇭 #backpacking #trip🎒🕶🧢👟
It opens daily from 8.30am to 5.30pm
It’s located 📍right opposite the airport via a really short walking 🚶🏻♂️🚶🏻♀️via bridge/ skywalk...More
We were looking for something to do around Bangkok airport and saw the below good reviews. We were too tired to look further down to notice that this place was accessible via the pedestrian bridge (3 mins walk) and took an uber instead. It was...More
Saw this beautiful temple across from the airport and made a quick visit. There is easy access from the airport via an overhead pedestrian bridge. With hardly any visitors, this was a quiet place for us to spend some time before our flight out. Worth...More
If you're in this area, you're probably flying in or out from Don Muang Airport. Not a lot of things to see or do in the nearby area, but this temple is well worth a visit. Little to none tourists, across the road from the...More
Just being driven back from Pattaya to Bangkok for a flight only to see this amazing temple obscured by motorway construction work.
What a shame it's not not central as it would and should get more visitors.
I visited this temple in between my flight connecting time of 4 hours. Its very easy to access from airport and its just opposite of airport. Take the pedestrian only over bridge from airport to railway station, dont get down to railway platforms, just walk...More
This temple had zero tourists when we went there (apart from ourselves, obviously). It is not as grand as the biggest attractions in Bangkok, but it is still quite interesting. It is a good way to kill one hour of your connection time. It takes...More
This is a great place to kill time if you are at DMK airport with a long layover, you take the walk bridge to get there and is free access.
Also is very close to a convenience store good to get some snacks before your...More