Wat Pho, World Heritage of Culture City of gods

Phra Kaew Ratchawang Temple, the heart of Bangkok Metropolitan

The world’s top 17 attractions at the present must give “Wat Pho” as a world heritage of culture. Which is located in the heart of Bangkok The capital of the Royal Kingdom of Thailand, which means “The City of the Gods” is an area that has accumulated cultural heritage and Thai wisdom for generations to come.

Phra Maha Chedi,
“Wat Pho”, the full name “Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkalaram Woramahawihan Temple” is a royal monastery. There are many popular tourists visiting both Thai and foreigners. For foreigners, can book a tour package at the Bangkok Heart and the Temple Tour (Private Tour).

Looking through the corner windows of the Reclining Buddha 
Wat Pho is a tourist attraction that has historical value, literature, wisdom and medicine that tells the story of the beginning of Thai identity. History of the art of living in the past Faith in Buddhism Inherited to this day

Maha Jedi Reign

Reclining Buddha Temple Inside is full of murals. And a beautiful Thai pattern on the window That recorded the story in the past Thai lifestyle Surrounding the reclining Buddha Or known as Phra Non, Wat Pho is a beautiful Buddha image. Distinguished by the art of pearl decoration that you Is a place of worship for both Thais and foreigners who are frequented every day

Can be viewed every day: Open 08: 30–18: 30 hrs. 
Location: 2 Sanam Chai Road, Phraborom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Map coordinates: https://goo.gl/maps/ZnFU6TeYwNH5K9Lf7
Travel: Express Boat Chao Phraya 
Enter Tha Thien Pier (N8), then walk about 150 meters, about 450 meters away from Phra Kaew Temple. Admission fee: Thai people (free admission), foreigners 50 baht