The Wat Phra Kaew
Luckily we made it to this place on the same day, after visiting the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo. Because the day was the worse date for Bangkok, will saw many MOP near the area protesting the Goverment! Our Taxi tour guide giving us 1 hour to visit, is not enough time for us to cover all the area.
Firstly, Men & Women mustn’t wear a short skirt or pants and also slippers are not allowed! But you can still rent the items at the entrance. The entrance fees are not cheap too, but it is worth for photography. Let’s have a look into the temple: Wat Phra Kaew
The Wat Phra Kaew was the first major architectural complex to be built in Bangkok. Unlike the others temple in Bangkok, there is no monk live in here. Many textures & statues can be seen here, especially the demon guardian. “Golden” colors covered most of the building here, looks like real gold to me.
The Texture of the Door
From the temple, go south into the compound of the Grand Palace, built by Rama I. The centrepiece is the majestic Chakri Maha Prasad(Grand Palace Hall) built in 1882, with three spires atop an Italianate building. There were a few royal guard standing on the gate entrance, you won’t like to disturb them right?
The Group Photo with Grand Palace
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The Grand Palace
This is our last day visit Bangkok, next coming up will be at the Pattaya! Haha… Stay tuned.