Marvel at the wonders of Bangkok by visiting the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Po and then ending with a longtail boat ride across the Chao Phraya River!
An enjoyable adventure awaits as you make your way to the majestic Grand Palace that stands proudly erected as the gilded roofs glimmers under the bright rays. The Grand Palace is one of Bangkok’s most famous landmark that illustrates the glory of the Thai craftsmanship with the spectacular blend of Thai and European architecture and complex detailings that are all around the structure of the palace, which illustrates the successful sovereignty of Thai royal family for well over 200 years! The Grand Palace is located at the heart of Bangkok and it is just a stone’s throw away from the Chao Phraya river.
Explore the Wat Phra Kaew that is a stone’s throw away from the Grand Palace, which houses the majestic Emerald Buddha. The Emerald Buddha reflects an image of Buddha in a meditating pose, which is made out of semi-precious stones (i.e jade or jasper) and dressed in gold. Every changing season, there will be a robe-changing ritual which involves the King which was said to bring in prosperity and blessings to the country. Admire the beauty of the temple with its complex architecture and the religious ornamentations that are scattered all around the temple.
Traverse to one of the oldest temple in Thailand, which is Wat Po that exudes endless glory due to the intricate architecture of one of the oldest temple in Thailand. The temple is ridden with religious statues of Buddha and exquisite murals that tells a tale of Buddha’s life and other teachings, as well. The Wat Po at one point of history was a place of learning where the locals would congregate to the temple to learn about religion, science and literature. Some of the murals are also utilized to teach the art of Thai massage. To this day, people visit to the temple to learn about the art of Thai massage and medicine. Take to opportunity to soothe your muscles and joints by visiting the massage parlour at the temple!
Escape the bustling streets of Bangkok by strolling to the Chao Phraya river, that have deeply impacted the Thai civilization by providing as the mode of transportation for the people. The Chao Phraya river is made by four tributaries, which includes the Yom, Wang, Ping and Nan rivers. You will go abroad the longtail boat for an adventure across the klongs (‘canals’) of Bangkok. At one point in history, these klongs have been labelled as the “Venice of the East”. Take delight in the stunning sights of the city skyline as you ride your way along the river where you will catch the sights of modern and historical architecture all in one location.
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