When you are at Wat Pho (reclining buddha), you could just go across the river by a 2 minute ferry and see this beautiful temple.
About Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
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Really lovely architecture and statues. A lot of people seemed to be walking through it quickly, but if you go slowly, you can see all kinds of small gems. I'd recommend taking the ferry across to see the Reclining Buddha right after for only 4...More
Very well maintained temple, and extremely aesthetically pleasing. Unfortunately we were unable to go right to the top as work was on going. We made the mistake of not wearing suitable clothing, so had to borrow sarongs to cover our shoulders and the bottoms of...More
With so many temples to see in Bangkok it can feel a bit overwhelming, but Wat Arun is definitely worth a visit. With the tall towers and intricate design it feels very different from the more boxy architecture of some of the other temples. Shame...More
Its a famous buddhist temple on the banks of Chao Phrayo river. Its one of the major landmarks of Bangkok. The Wat Arun, commonly known as “The Temple of Dawn”, is one of only six temples of the highest grade of the first class Royal...More
The site would be great but it's surrounded by tired and shabby shacks with street sellers trying to push worthless merchandise and novelties which spoil the general atmosphere of the temple. The temple itself is beautiful and worth snapping a few pics!
A must do in Bangkok. Accessible by orange flag boat in Shao Phraya river. Use public transportations because they are cheap and efficient. A lot os steps to climb...
A wonderful experience awaits you. Be prepared for a few steep steps and the usual hot weather. The complex is quite large and deserves a few hours of your time. Many people from around the world visit and we struck up a conversation with people...More