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A must visit place when in Bangkok, our visit to see the Reclining Buddha at Was Pho was part of our guided tour with Amazing Asia Tours

Thank Liz T
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The Reclining Budha is quite the attraction given how large it is but the rest of the grounds are equally if not even more amazing. The Wats and Pagodas are plentiful and all strikingly ornate. There is so much to look at it's almost overwhelming.

A must see and it stays open later than many of the other temples. Take lots of pictures.

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This place is amazing you just cannot imagine the scale until you visit - just remember when visiting to go dressed appropriately.

Thank Karen K
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Reviewed today via mobile

The Budnha is giant it's hair is to the ceiling if not past the ceiling. The detail in the feet and the painting of the walls is amazing. Due to the size I found it impossible to get a picture of the whole Buddha. The clunking in the back is from people dropping a coin in each of the 108? Brass pots. It is extremely busy and takes a bit of time to get a picture with out people in your way.

Thank A2345FUjohnl
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Reviewed today via mobile

Worth a visit it is huge- not so strict on dress code as 10 years ago but be respectful no spaghetti straps ladies

Thank 876karinas
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must visit together with The Grand Palace which is 10 minutes walk from the temple. Very relaxed place, less touristic then the Grand Palace. Can find very calm places inside. Has a traditional Thai massage school inside, so you can even get a massage yourself.

Thank devetasV
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Reviewed yesterday

There is a huge reclining buddha at Wat Pho. We went to Wat pho from Wat Arun by a public boat (costs just 4THB). Wat pho is pretty big, so we just roamed around the main temple. Entry Fees for Wat Pho (100 THB). Temple and surroundings were clean.
Please come in appropriate dress. Men are not allowed in shorts and vests. You might have to rent a separate clothing for that which costs extra. Women don't come in anything that's backless. Similar rules apply. Try this place on a cloudy day because it is very hot on a sunny day.

Thank arkagt29
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It’s an amazing temple in Bangkok. Must visit site.

Buddha idol is amazing. Religious place. Wear full covered clothes.

Thank Sachin S
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It’s been already many years ago that i visited this place but i was impressed by the size of this budha. In general asian culture spends a huge amount of money on their religions.

It a very crowded place, but hey you are in Bangkok. I think it’s definately worth to visit this place Nd would recommend over other temples.

Thank ArjenGlas
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Its quite confusing walking around and through the doors but I was amazed by the holy statues there. Will go to some other Temple in the future!

Thank crystalwanderer
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