Please Select Date
Please Select Quantity
Wat Traimit houses the world's largest massive gold seated Buddha measuring nearly five metres in height and weighing five and a half tons. Located at the end of Chinatown's Yaowarat Road, near Hualampong Railway Station. The Buddha was discovered by accident when it was accidentally dropped as it was being moved, revealing, under a casing of plaster, a beautiful solid gold Sukhothai style Buddha. Pieces of the plaster are still kept on display.
Wat Pho is one of Bangkok's oldest temples. It existed before Bangkok was established as the capital by King Rama I. It was originally named Wat Photaram or Podharam, from which the name Wat Pho is derived. The southern section of Wat Pho used to be occupied by part of a french star fort that was demolished by King Phetracha after the 1688 Siege of Bangkok.
One of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples is the Wat Benchamabophit, also known as “the marble temple” or Wat Ben. As it is classified as a first class Royal temple, it is also a temple of significant importance. The ubosot of the marble temple was designed by Prince Narisara Nuvativongse, half brother of King Chulalongkorn. It is built from carrara marble imported from Italy, hence the name marble temple. The entrance is marked by four impressive marble pillars, and even the large courtyard is made of shiny white marble.
Itinerary is approximation and subject to change, depending on weather and availability.
Please enter your email address above and we'll send you instructions on how to reset your password.
Please check your email.
Please check your email. An email will be sent to your email address that includes a password reset link.