Visited here after Wat Po. This place is not as busy as Wat Po. You need to takea public boat to go there.
About Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
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Another Wat -temple - on our tour. Our guide gave us a full tour of this complex. Just amazing. Visited in the rain, but that didn't deter us. Respectable dress code required, and silence in the temples. Very busy as the Grand Palace and the...More
An amazing place to see, the design on the exterior of the temple is incredible. Slight negative is that I didn’t see any kid of map/signs detailing layout of temple. By chance whilst heading to the ferry we saw another entrance and within we found...More
We visited Wat Arun on a rainy, October day. It was incredible. Arrived by boat, the view from the river is stunning. As you approach, the level of detail becomes more clear. It is very impressive. There is a temple space in the back that...More
The temple has really nice, beautiful and intricate architecture - a must visit for tourists. The history and stories behind the temple is really interesting.
We have just had a fantastic 6 hour trip from our hotel, by bus (14 bhat), ferry (4 and 3.5 bhat) and entry into the temple of dawn 50 bhat. There are numerous ferry crossings and uninterrupted by the funeral preparations (the Royal Palace is...More
This place is best visited before/after visiting Wat Pho. Take the ferry across the river for just 4 Bhat and you’ll be right next to this magnificent complex. Entry is cheap at just 50 Bhat and you can spend 45 minutes to an hour exploring...More
Magical temple on the banks of the Chao Phraya river. Much easier to access on week-ends with traffic a fraction of the weekday intensity. The spires rise some 70 meters and are covered in delightfully arranged broken Chinese ceramic pieces. The colour patterns captivate from...More