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Grand Palace – It’s hard to top this awe-inspiring attraction in terms of photographic beauty. Amazing colours, intriguing architecture, and cultural significance make this Bangkok mainstay our top pick for photo ops.
Wat Pho – This 46 metre long gold reclining Buddha statue will take your breath away – as will the skilled massage therapists at the onsite massage school. Be warned though – some find the traditional methods agonizing!
Wat Arun – Although it is known as the Temple of Dawn – this impressive structure lights up in the evening just as the sun sets behind it. At 80 metres tall this landmark is one of the most photographed attractions in Bangkok.
Royal Thorne Hall – Built during the early 1900’s this masterpiece of craftsmanship is predominantly constructed of imported Italian marble. Admission is well worth 150 THB – but be sure to wear proper attire (no shorts or sleeveless tops).
Hindu Shrines – Central Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong area – just across the street from the Amari Watergate Bangkok – is home to many photogenic Hindu shrines. Be sure to visit the Erawan Shrine at Chid Lom, the Indra Shrine in front of Amarin Plaza, and the Ganesh Shrine near Central World.
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