The most beautiful places in Bangkok

The best of Bangkok

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful places in Bangkok
Inserted: 23.02.2020

Bangkok, as the capital of Thailand, offers mainly magnificent monuments in the form of colorful Buddhist temples with thousands of golden Buddha statues. In addition, there is a wonderful aquarium and many other attractions. Let's take a look at places that are definitely worth a visit and are among the most interesting and beautiful places in Bangkok

Wat Phra Kaeo

The holiest Buddhist temple in Thailand

| Altitude: 8 m / 26 ft

Wat Phra Kaeo Buddhist Temple is located in the very center of Bangkok, within the grounds of the Royal… continue reading

Wat Pho

The Temple of the reclining Buddha

| Altitude: 12 m / 39 ft

Wat Pho also known as Wat Phra Chetuphon is known mainly due to the huge lying Buddha. It is considered as… continue reading

Wat Arun

The Temple of Dawn

| Altitude: 7 m / 23 ft

On the west bank of Chao Praya river stands the Temple of Dawn – Wat Arun. The central prang built in the… continue reading

Wat Saket

Golden Mouth

| Altitude: 12 m / 39 ft

Wat Saket stands on a single ridge in an otherwise completely flat Bangkok. This artificially created Golden… continue reading

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

The most beautiful aquarium in Thailand

| Altitude: 11 m / 36 ft

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World (originally called Siam Ocean World) or simply Bangkok Aquarium is the most… continue reading

Wat Ratchanatdaram

Iron Castle

| Altitude: 7 m / 23 ft

Wat Ratchanatdaram, is located within sight of the more famous and visited Wat Saket Temple on Golden… continue reading

Wat Rakhang

Tourists neglected temple

| Altitude: 7 m / 23 ft

Situated close to Bangkok's most famous landmarks and being located across the river from the Royal Palace,… continue reading

Wat Bowonniwet Vihara

The last resting place of two Thai kings

| Altitude: 12 m / 39 ft

Wat Bowonniwet Vihara, a little-known temple for tourists, is famous not only for its huge gilded pagoda, but… continue reading

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