Wat Hua Lamphong: the coffin temple from the Rattanakosin Kingdom

Wat Hua Lamphong (วัดหัวลำโพง), known as the coffin temple is a working Buddhist temple where various aspects of Thai cultures, traditions, and beliefs are observed regularly. The temple is part of the third class royal temples in Thailand, affiliated with Theravada Buddhism.

Wat Arun: the temple of dawn at the bank of Chao Phraya River

Wat Arun (วัดอรุณ), also known as the Temple of Dawn at the bank of Chao Phraya River is popular for its cultural significance and tourism magnitude, and it is acclaimed as one of the top landmarks of the Bangkok skyline. It is also called by locals as Wat Chaeng (วัดแจ้ง).

Wat Pho: temple of the reclining Buddha and massage school

Bangkok has a number of historic buildings and many other tourist attractions. Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์) is one of those places that are important from the historical point of view. The Temple of Reclining Buddha and Wat Pho massage school are the defining features of this Buddhist temple complex.

Grand Palace: a must-see sight for all the travel geeks

The Grand Palace is the most sacred site of Thailand with a complex of temples, halls, and government residences. It’s the biggest landmark of Bangkok and it’s known worldwide for its ancient architectural design and it’s among the 50 most visited tourist attractions in the world.