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Reviewed today

A marvellous reclining Buddha. This was set in an amazing area plenty of seats to take a rest and a bit of shade from the heat of the day, well worth going to see.

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Reviewed today

Visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Was Pho). Buddha is very large, very long and the bottom of it's feet are decorated in wonderful patterns.

Thank SeaCityTraveller
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Reviewed today via mobile

Sister and I came her to see the temples. The Reclining Buddha itself was spectacular and the surrounding temples were absolutely beautiful. Definately recommend seeing this place.

Thank chrissyfinee
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Reviewed today via mobile

The temples are absolutely lovely to go and look at but at a point of the day in the extreme heat you sort of get to the point where there’s only so many golden Buddha you can look at absolutely would say it’s interesting if you’re in to exploring A country’s culture but if you’re just looking for something to do in a day I would say try and find something else

Thank pallister101010
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very interesting visit.it was full of tourists yet i didnt mind. Good pictures. Glorious! The gold carvings. The workmanship. The staff is welcoming and smiling

Thank 882ofera
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Reviewed yesterday

Well, a lot of tourists which is very normal. it is the most famous in bangkok and it is amazing to be near a so huge buddha. Not so easy to take nice pics but in total we enjoyed the moment there

Thank ghorbelma
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a magical place and the grandeur of the Buddha

I was told to visit the reclining Buddha, wat Arun and the grand palace.... That was the best suggestion on how to spend a weekend in Bangkok

This trip also gives you a chance to take a river boat to travel up-down stream in Bangkok and see the sites

Thank nvideafactory
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A calming temple to visit. Surreal surroundings. Take time out from the fast paced lifestyle and visit the Reclining Buddha

Thank Sam8738Sam
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Reviewed yesterday

This is truly an amazing sight to behold and a cultural treasure of Bangkok. I would definitely visit again on my next trip!

Thank Suzanne S
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Excellent & easy to get to, this is a real THAI excellent experience even if you’re not following the teachings of Buddha

Thank lorraine2609
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