Travel Thailand. Wat Arun Ratchawararam

Travel Thailand. Wat Arun Ratchawararam

Travel “Wat Arun Ratchawararam Royal Buddha statue “Visit the beautiful art and history and come to pay homage to the Buddha’s blessing. Or any interested Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise is available, cheap, convenient and close to life. See the beautiful art of a romantic night.

For Wat Arun, Ratchararamaram or Wat Chang, or which we often call the day of the dawn, is another ancient temple that has been built since the days of Ayutthaya, the former capital called Olive Temple. It is an important temple and is like another important landmark in Bangkok. Because whether Thai or foreign tourists have the opportunity to visit Bangkok Must not miss to visit Arun Temple this time The Phra Prang Day of Arun is also considered to be an image that has been used as a logo for many purposes. Showing the importance of this temple

As for the history of Arunratchawararam Temple But as previously mentioned, the name of the olive temple, the name of the temple, is evidenced and is mentioned in the song “Mom Phim Sen” from the time of Ayutthaya. Therefore, it is believed that the name of the temple was original. Before this temple was to be raised as a royal monastery in the Thonburi period, it was also the place where the Emerald Buddha was brought from Vientiane in 2322 before moving across. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha in 2327, when building Bangkok Before becoming the temple of King Rama II in Somdet Phra Buddha Loet Napalai Who restored the temple to the new temple, both when he was still the Royal Department of the Israsunthorn in the reign of King Rama I and deposited his hand in many ways The point of this temple is Arun.

Interesting things within the temple 
– the beautiful Phra Prang Which is decorated with glazed tiles Benjarong bowl and various shells Must come by myself and know what beautiful beauty is 
– a huge giant statue Which has a legend about the giant, this temple, coupled with the giant Pho temple on the opposite side Big one. 
– Phra Ubosot, crown gate, bell tower, mock mountains and various Buddha images. Beautiful … I want to tell everyone I want to come.

Opening Hours  :  Daily Time: 08.00 – 17.30 hrs. 
Admission Fee  :  Thai people do not pay 50 baht 
for foreign visitors. For more information, please contact  :  0 2891 2185, 0 2466 3167,0 2465 7742 
How to travel  : Take  the Saphan Taksin S6 Station (Silom Line), take the 2nd exit, use the Chao Phraya Express Boat at Tha Sathorn (Central Pier) to go up at Tien (N.8). Then use the ferry service from Tien to Arun Temple. Ratchararam

How to travel Location map Follow the embroidery of Huda: https://goo.gl/maps/ZCXYCU7A6br 
By bus / by boat: bus: line 19, 57, 83