Possibly the best architecture and example of Buddhism in Bangkok, don't miss this!
Very interesting to walk around, with plenty to see, including the Emerald Buddha. As people have mentioned before, make sure you go prepared for the dress code, although even if you do fall foul of the code, they usually have stuff you can wear.
If going there, make sure you don't believe any taxi/tuk tuk drivers who tell you it's closed! Its open 7 days a week, and they just tell you that to try to take you off somewhere else
One note of caution, try to give a wide berth to the tour groups that roam the place. When we visited, there were large numbers of tour groups, and they were extremely pushy, and loud - if allowed, they could quite easily ruin your trip there.
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