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Most Stunning Temple In Bangkok, Do You Know This?

With at least 400 temples, Bangkok takes pride in splendid spiritual architecture. Visiting all these temples will give a similar experience, you will wonder. But your speculation may go wrong – only if you care to step into three temples at least.

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Wat Phra Kaew

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Located on the grounds of the Grand Palace, this temple houses one of the most revered Buddha statues in all of Thailand. Carved out of a single block of Jade, the Emerald Buddha that is enshrined here was first discovered in the 15th century in the city of Chiang Rai. Rich in history and beauty, this is one temple that is most visited in all of Bangkok.

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

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Here again, the temple’s importance is largely because of its Buddha statue. 15 metres in height, and 43 metres in length, this Buddha statue is well noted for its reclining shape. As it is situated close to the grand palace, the temple is easy to find out. If you stay at Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa, a Chiang Mai Resort it will be easy to plan your visit to temples such as Wat Pho.

Wat Traimit

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For all those planning to explore Chinatown in Bangkok, the Wat Traimit make an excellent starting point, for it is located at the very beginning of the Yaowarat road. The main highlight of Wat Traimit is its stunning architecture and one particular Buddha statue that is made out of solid gold.

Wat Arun

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Wat Arun was built in the 17th century. As its full name, 'Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan' is too difficult to remember, the temple is commonly known as 'Temple of Dawn'. You could embark on a Chao Phraya cruise and enjoy sights; check out places like Anantara Cruises, Thailand for this experience.

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