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If you are in Bangkok and on a site seeing trip, Wat Arun is something you shouldn't miss. A huge structure by the banks of the river Chao Phraya, it is a beauty to watch after sun down. A small ferry ride from the Wat...More
Entirely amazed by the beauty of this temple. The intricate details of the carvings wowed me. Took many pictures here. Beautiful.
Need to dress appropriately for the place. Ladies need to cover the shoulders and legs, there are scarves and pants available for rental at...More
We had viewed Wat Arun from across the river in a restaurant at sunset earlier and had decided that a visit was also in order.
With the Blue line MRT now extended across the river, we decided to do a round trip by walking from...More
This was 80 baht entrance fee. There is plenty of climbing up steep steps but that also means a steep descent.
It was very intricate and fascinating but I expect it is better at dusk. Otherwise I found better at the Grand Palace.
We had visited Wat Arun in the noon. Unfortunately the weather at that time were cloudy and rainy. So we could not explore more, just a few minutes then heavy rainy comes. But it's still an awesome experience to visit Wat Arun.
Visit is basically a must, since the express boat drops and picks up outside Arun and from there you take another boat to cross the river for Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)
Entrance ticket 50 baht
Hello, unfortunately, I have no idea. I did visit some temples today in Chiang Mai and they are all open. Please be careful with taxi drivers telling you that they are closed. They sometimes try to take you elsewhere.
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