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Wat Phra Mahathat
4.7/5
253 Reviews
Temple
Wat Phra Mahathat is located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Walking into the temple feels like entering a vast forest, which cools down all the heat. Here you can find the famous Buddha Head which is entwined by tentacle-like banyan roots. Wrapped around by the roots, the Buddha Head appears to have grown from the tree itself, and become part of the tree.
Ayutthaya Historical Park
4.6/5
127 Reviews
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Grand Palace
4.4/5
10,011 Reviews
Palace
Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace is close to the Chao Phraya River and is a symbol of the Bangkok dynasty. It is also the first choice for tourists to go to Thailand. It is the royal palace of the first to eighth Thai emperors of the Bangkok dynasty and still used for ceremonies such as coronation and celebration. The Grand Palace comprises intermingled building groups totaling 22. The main building group has 4 distinctive palaces and the Jade Buddha Temple. Buildings are in Siamese style and bring together the best of Thai painting, sculpture and decorative art.

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The first attraction of Ayutthaya, the Summer Palace, the Summer Palace is the Summer Palace, which is equivalent to the Summer Resort. The Summer Palace is the closest to Bangkok and the largest and most beautiful place in the summer. The palace was first built in 1632 by the King of the Great Wall, Pacha Bassetong. Later, it was abandoned because of the war until the restoration and expansion of Rama IV and V. It was finally completed in 1896. Visiting the Summer Palace, the requirements for clothing are also quite high. Need to pay attention to it. The apron here is not rented and can only be purchased. Entering the Summer Palace, the first is a long boulevard. It is really cool to walk down. There is a large pool on the left and a large grass on the right. The view is very wide. The scenery in the Summer Palace is really pretty good, and the garden landscaping is very convenient. The statue on the bridge is still European-style. The Rama royal family received Western education and was reflected in the summer palace. Many places are Western-style, except for Western-style, Chinese, Gothic, and Thai styles. Burmese style, the entire summer palace building, blends the style of many different places. Purple pavilion, very cute color, adds a little playful style to the summer palace. It is said that this is the pavilion where the soldiers stand guard. Does it feel that there is a lot of relaxation in the rigorous, Thailand really is a Interesting country. Finally pass the pool again. In the middle of the pool is a typical Thai building. In the middle of the pavilion is the statue of Rama V. It is a bronze statue of one to one. Rama V is Chulalongkorn.
Posted: 20 Dec 2018
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