very clean and beautiful from the inside the temple and its cheap worth cisiting place
Very high ranking temple in Bangkok, once The King Rama 9 was a monk and he really respected one highest monk in this temple. All the Thai people love this temple so much. Worth visiting and you won’t regret. Also can walk around to Khaosan road, Tanee road, Phra A Thit road as well.
Really interesting Hindu temple with beautiful bright exterior. Go around 5 to hear evening prayer
Another very peaceful and quiet temple. The easiest way to reach there will be taking the boat service from any pier and stop at Phra Arthit (N13). You need to walk approximately 10 mins after getting off from the boat. Alternative way is get a motorbike taxi to ride you there.
The river is really dirty but it is a good way to see the rest of the city and understand how it is laid out.
Wat Intharawihan (also spelled Wat Indravihan), this temple is well known for a huge standing Buddha image called "Luang Pho To" which 32 metres tall (108.99 feet) and 10 metres and 24 inches wide (40.09 feet)The topknot of the Buddha image contains a relic of Lord Buddha brought from Sri Lanka.The temple is open to the public every day and admission is free.
This temple features a large standing Buddha image, possibly the largest such standing image of Buddha in Bangkok. As one of the most historic temples in the Rattanakosin area, this temple is worth a visit for historic purposes. It is also off the tourist beaten track, so you don't get the (increasingly large and aggressive) crowds of other more famous temples. The standing Buddha is over 30m tall and stands more of a facade to the temple, but it is worth a visit for a few photo opportunities.
Wat Intharawihan is more commonly referred to as "Standing Budda," because you guessed it, there is a massive statue of Buddha located on the grounds of the Wat. It's one of the sights that a lot of the tour guides package in on their Bangkok trips and that Tuk Tuk drivers will say you should go to, but you really don't need to. No disrespect to Buddha, but the Wat isn't very nice and neither is the standing Buddha. Skip this Wat and spend more time at Wat Pho (which I have also reviewed). It's a prettier place and there they have "lying Buddha," which also is nicer as well.