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The Grand Palace complex was established in 1782 and it consists of not only royal and throne halls, but also a number of government offices as well as the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It covers an area of 218,000 square metres and is surrounded by four walls, 1900 metres in length. After King Rama I ascended to the throne in 1782, the palace was built. Prior to this, the royal palace and centre of administration had been located in Thonburi, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. For various reasons, the new King considered the former capital to be unsuitable and decided to establish a new capital on the other side of the river.
8.5 hours total
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Visit the Golden Buddha Temple (Wat Trimit) which houses the world's largest gold Buddha image, now more than 700 years old, is valuable treasure of Thailand and Buddhism.
Visit Wat Pho Wat Phra Chetuphon (locally known as Wat Pho) is famed for the massive ‘Reclining Buddha’ it houses. At 46 meters long and 15 meters high, this gold-plated Buddha image depicts the Buddha’s passing into Nirvana. It’s highly ornate and a genuine spectacle - genuinely worth seeing. The Buddha image’s eyes and feet are decorated with mother-of-pearl and carvings in the feet depict the ‘108’ characteristics of Buddha.
Visit the Marble temple Wat Benchamabophit is once the most modern work of thai religious architecture. This temple is very famous for its main chapel built I white of Italian marble.
Visit The Grand Palace (Wat Phra Kaew) The palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. And visit north of the royal residence and linked by a connecting gateway lies the royal monastery of the Emerald Buddha, The Emerald Buddha is in face carved from a block of green jade and was first discovered in 1437 in a stupa in Chiang Rai. At that time the image was covered with plaster and thought to be ordinary Buddha image later.
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