An awful experience for me as I need to walk under the hot hot sun.... (arrghhhh.... I become so black after the trip T.T)
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Wat Phra Keaw (The Grand Palace) - Where the home of the King
The admission fees is 350 Baht~ (kinda expensive lar >.<)
It is a sacred place where shorts and sleeveless are prohibited. But you may also rent their clothes for free in the front counter. (This is the reason why I wore such long pant in a hot weather which I usually won't >.<)
The very very cool wall art drawing!! It portrayed story by story of the ancient history~
The very Thai-ish architecture~
The very blink-blink and golden detailed design~
Wat Arun (The temple of dawn)
I'm not sure whether there is admission fee of not for this place. When we went inside, there is no people in the counter, so we just went in for free. hehe =P
The magnificent architecture which decorated with bits of Chinese porcelain and glazed ceramic tiles.
(p/s: Humble advise for those with acrophobia to not climb the stairways as you might get heart attack and faint at instant. LOL!)
Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha)
The huge golden Reclining Buddha
Wat Saket (Temple of the Golden Mount)
There is no admission fee required when entering Wat Saket. Tourist picture of me ^^
So there is the amazing top views after the breathtaking climb and . . . it is worth!!!
Wat Benchamabophit (The Marble Temple)
Thanks to the f**king tuk-tuk driver which I mention in my previous post, we ended up in this non-famous temple. Anyway, to let our money worth it, we went inside and snap some picture.
The wall is made of marble~
SEE!!! The place is so empty and there is no visitor there except us and the monks....
Democracy Monument - the silent sentinel of freedom