The grand palace is one of those must see places. It was absolutely packed the morning I went and I have heard since, that it is better to go in the afternoon - fewer people, but hotter. Do dress appropriately or you will have to hire clothes. The guidelines can be found on the Internet or from a tour guide. The temple that houses the emerald Buddha is just one part of the complex. The palace grounds themselves are very interesting. You can save money by going on your own but I recommend a guide. My guide was excellent and gave me a lot of information about the complex, Buddhism and Thai history.
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