Wat Suthat: the temple of the red giant swing

Wat Suthat (วัดสุทัศนเทพวราราม), located in Rattanakosin Island, is identified by the red Sao Ching Cha or Giant Swing at its entrance. Its construction was initiated by King Rama I, in 1807, with the purpose of sheltering Phra Sri Sakyamuni, a 13th-century bronze Buddha image from Sukhothai.

Samyan Mitrtown: an urban lifestyle mall with a 24 hours zone

Samyan Mitrtown, a new mall opened in September 2019 at the intersection of Rama IV with Phayathai Road on land leased from Chulalongkorn University, with some of the shops and services opened 24 hours a day, it’s situated in the center of Bangkok and close to many important locations, including Chulalongkorn itself, Siam Square, and Sam Yan community.

Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit: the world’s largest solid-gold statue

Wat Traimit (วัดไตรมิตร), is commonly known as the temple of the Golden Buddha. It’s situated in Charoen Krung, just in front of the Chinatown Gate.
The Golden Buddha is a solid gold Buddha sculpture with a weight of 5.5 tons, 3.98 meters high, and 3.13 meters wide in a Mara Vichai posture.

Wat Yannawa: the ship temple from the Ayutthaya Kingdom

Wat Yannawa (วัดยานนาวา) is located in Sathorn district at Charoen Krung Road, resting on the eastern bank of Chao Phraya River. Also called the ship temple. This large complex is distinguished by the viharn built into the appearance of a Chinese junk ship, a sailing boat of the 19th century.