Built by King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok (known as Rama I) who was also the founder of the current royal dynasty, this palace used to house…
The Temple of Reclining Buddha is in the highest ranks of importance of Thai temples - a royal temple.
Visit the backpackers' Mecca constructed in 1892, where the tourists from all over the world come for the nightlife, shopping and dining…
The most sacred Buddhist temple is located within the Grand Palace precincts.
Built by King Rama IV in the 19th century, the temple has eight carved stone pillars and a nicely decorated exterior and interior.
This Buddhist temple is also called the Loha Prasat, which means metal castle or metal monastery.
Dating back to 1807, the construction of the temple was started by King Rama I and finished 40 years later by King Rama III.
One of the ten royal temples of the highest class was originally built to house the relics of Buddha.
The bell-shaped stupa covered in golden mosaic tiles brought from Italy is located at the west end of the upper terrace, in the area of the…
Visit this Buddhist royal temple complex built in the 18th century, which is especially well-renowned for the 32-meters tall standing…
The Giant Swing is a religious structure in Sao Chingcha Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand.
The chapel and the image of the reclining Buddha was built by Rama III in 1832.
This market dates way back to the 18th century when a floating market was located here.
According to legends, city pillars needed to be erected in new cities as an expression of power.
As the name suggests, this is where you should go hunting for amulets. You might stumble upon some intriguing pieces.
Come and marvel at the walls of this Royal Buddhist temple that nowadays enclose a Buddhist university.
Commemorating the Siamese Revolution of 1932, the monument was built in 1939 by Maeo Aphaiyawong and decorated with relief sculptures by an…
This large open field has been the place of royal ceremonies and various festivities since the time of King Rama I.
The largest museum in Southeast Asia contains collections dedicated to Thai history and art dating back to Neolithic times.
Commissioned by Rama V in the 19th century, the temple has a truly unique design mixing an Italian-styled interior with a gilded chedi…
This grand temple is considered to be the spiritual home of Thai massage.