Reclining Buddha
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Ann-Marie G
93 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
The reclining Buddha in Wat Pho Bangkok is impressive. It's 46 meters long, 25 meters high and just the feet are 5 meters long! No wonder it was built first and the temple that holds it was built afterwards, a must see.
Written January 20, 2020
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Lucifer2590
Bathinda, India68 contributions
Dec 2019 • Friends
Amazing place to hang out and click some photos entry fee is 200 baht and try to go early morning as you will feel tired because of sun after 12 PM
Written December 7, 2019
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Ricardo M
London, UK196 contributions
One of the iconic temples of Bangkok. This is a must see if visiting. It demonstrates pure architecture along with one of worlds finest arts...its a symbol of the land and it must be seen.
Written February 27, 2015
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Charles C
Medellin, Colombia44 contributions
Sep 2015
My wife and I enjoyed the cable car ride to the top of the mountain (awesome views), but were very confused once we got there. It felt like a cheap Its A Small World ride at a fake Disney World.

The mountain visit was coupled with a visit to a dragon fruit farm and a Champa tower. Not a bad way to spend a day, but I wish we had just stayed at our resort and had some fun at the beach.
Written September 13, 2015
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Ross H
Adelaide, Australia130 contributions
Dec 2013 • Friends
This was a great place to visit. It took some getting there - bus, chair lift and and numerous stairs but I am so glad that I did it.

The chair lift admittedly did break down as we wanted to go back but we had a drink at the cafe while it was fixed and then returned. The historic buildings and artefacts were also worth the effort to get there.
Written October 27, 2014
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Prudix
Prague, Czech Republic169 contributions
Oct 2014 • Friends
Not so cheap for Vietnam entreces but its worth of it. We used the lift up to the hill, then we walked 15min to this great statue. We had amazing view on the country and seaside. Recommendation to everyone. You can also see another nature living up the hill.
Written October 23, 2014
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AzCowboyJake
Arizona85 contributions
Jul 2014 • Couples
If you pass on this attraction, you will regret not seeing the Reclining Buddah. It is spectacular and certainly an icon of Bangkok. Even people back home who've never been to Thailand will ask you if you saw the Reclining Buddah. They give you a handy little bag to carry your shoes in while inside. That way, you don't run the risk of someone making off with your $100 Nike's while inside. Good place.
Written July 30, 2014
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Robert L
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam41 contributions
Nov 2013 • Family
The views were amazing! This was a fun trip to make but I wouldn't recommend taking little kids. Other visitors would not leave us alone. The price for entrance to the park and for the tram ticket were cheap and well worth it. If you want to enjoy the outdoors and are in good shape it would be an amazing hike. I'm sure it would be a long one though as the terrain is very steep.
Written February 6, 2014
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AmitMan
Melbourne, Australia32 contributions
Jan 2014 • Friends
Its hard to get your head around how big this Buddha statue actually is due to the fact that it's enclosed within a large building. Went here on my last day in Thailand (Bangkok) and thought it was a great site to visit. There's also a park nearby to but your feet up and relax afterwards.
Written January 8, 2014
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Balu Rajguru
Snodland, UK166 contributions
Nov 2013 • Family
Definitely worth visiting. Lots of other Buddhas etc to see once you are in. The main attraction itself is great. The sheer size of it is astounding. You get a free bottle of water once inside the grounds. Make sure this is the first thing you get as the heat was overbearing whilst walking around the grounds and there is hardly any shade.
Written December 6, 2013
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