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All reviews across the river steep steps under renovation chao phraya river grand palace tha tien pier worth the climb boat ride worth a visit entrance fee reclining buddha scaffolding wat porcelain baht climbing spire
Apparently this is where the first rays of the rising sun hits. Small temple area. No entry into the temple. Just a walk around the temple grounds. Ladies should be appropriately dressed otherwise you need to purchase something to cover up.
Visited here late in the evening at the later part of the festival activities. Many things going on as a celebration with plays singing a market and food.
The atmosphere was vibrant with natives and tourists. Plenty to see and enjoy from cultural pont of...More
we took the locals route by river to Wat Arun so literally as you leave the jetty you are in - a small fee to enter and such a beautiful Temple - great to visit if you are short of time as not a large...More
Wat Arun was super funny place to take photos. I really liked symmetry and little details. The price was fine only 50baht. Outside of the Wat Arun paid area is also beautiful park/temple area.
I was kind of dissappoindent that there were no entrance to...More
We first visited in 1992 and loved it. The last couple of times we've been back the temple has been covered in scaffolding so we hadn't really seen it since then. We've just returned from Bangkok and managed to see it in all its glory....More