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Reviewed July 23, 2013

I had the best photos of Bangkok in Wat Phra Kaeo! The Emerald Buddha was a little bit surprising for me- too small but the temple was the grandest I've seen in Bangkok! The Grand Palace was nothing short of amazing too! The King's residence was a nice mansion on the left part facing the Palace! There are also nice Nepalese and Thai shops on the entrance!

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

It cost us 500 THB to visit the Royal Palace.... When you get there, it can be overwhelming with the a mouth of people walking in and out of the grounds.

Don't forget to cover shoulders and knees and this applies to men as well. If you do forget....there is a place where ou can rent the trousers and shawls inside. DO NOT rent it from the vendor outside.

Beautiful grounds, but 500 THB is a bit too expensive.

Thank devourk
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

We loved this place! So many tourists. It's better if maybe you go there early in the morning for a very nice view of area without having to squeeze yourself in the crowd.

Thank Melanie R
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Temple overload. And each one different. You really must explore every temple and every Buddhist statue. But be there early to avoid the hordes of tourist visiting the place.

Thank Scrumpchie
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

A must-see in any Bangkok visitor's itinerary, the Grand Palace is indeed a great tourist attraction that gives one a sense of Thai royal history and culture. The palace grounds is one whole complex filled with interesting architecture. The buildings in it are beautiful as they are functional - each of them served or are still serving some purpose for the Thai royal administration. Some buildings are permanently closed to the public but can be seen only from outside closed gates. Bring an umbrella and a fan as the area is quite sprawling.

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