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The Golden Buddha is just one of the attractions in Bangkok's Chinatown district, so if you've come especially to see it, why not check out some of these other nearby attractions, too?
Housed in the Wat Traimit temple, the Golden Buddha is the world's largest gold statue, weighing over 5 tons and sitting 3 meters tall. It is rumored to have magical properties!
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The royal temple of Wat Chakrawat offers great architecture, but also beasts lurking in a pond! Keep your distance - legend says they were contained because they kept eating monks.
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From 9:00AM to 5:00PM. you can visit the Golden Buddha.
Since you will be in Buddhist spaces, it is important to be respectful - while some areas may be stricter than others, dress modestly just to be on the safe side.
- When to visitDaily, 9:00AM to 5:00PM.
- What is the price?Seeing the Golden Buddha is free, but the museum is 10BAHT, about $0.30.
- Will I need a guide?It will definitely help. Might be worth it to check out these best-selling tours.
- How to get thereIt's a short walk west of Hua Lampong Station.
- Additional tipsDress respectfully and modestly to be safe.
What People Are Saying About Golden Buddha, Bangkok
Very good approach to Bangkok's main temples. Our guide was an old man, he studied for years in a school run by budist's monks and he perserrve some of their philosophy. Due to the famous traffic jumps in the city, it is obviously recommended, if possible, to book the tour on sunday. The last part of the tour, however, was the visit to a jewell factory, with absolutely no interest if you do not want to shoping there. Ask your guide to skip that last part.
After being picked up late having been mixed up with a customer on the same tour with a different company, the day got far better!!! The guide was informative and friendly and gave us detailed backstories of all the breathtaking temples (we saw three in total). There was little need for the random visit to the gem centre at the end where once you stepped foot passed the loo you were tailed by someone giving the hard sell. Much to my son's amusement I did panic but a pendant to give the lady a rest. Most importantly, all daftness aside, the temples were breathtaking, the guide and the drivers (especially the one who rescued us from the hotel) were great and it was a really enjoyable morning.
Khun Swai is a fantastic guide. His could give plenty of suggestions, due to his experience and knowledge. He always kept us entertained with the history of Bangkok and with very good explanations. He is helpful and follow our pace as in we got elderly in the group, hence we had a relaxed and knowledgeable tour. He even brought us to temples that are only known to the local and my parents really appreciate of his thoughtfulness. We are really grateful to have him as our guide during the tour. Thank you so much!!!
My personal guife Nina picked me up at the hotel at 7 am. She asked me what I would like to see and that was actually also our plan. Starting from taking a Tuk Tuk to the first sight up to having lunch at a market. The guide does not have to pay entrance to any temple so that means you have a personal guide with you for each temple. There was no question unanswered. I also learned a lot about Buddhism which was my personal choice. I can definitely recommend this tour for anybody who wants to see the city and its sights within a day and understand Thai culture. It is like a friend showing you his city. Thumbs up!
I've always had a great guide with Get Your Guide and Bangkok was no different. I used my guide Swai twice and both times he was courteous, very knowledgeable and my time was his time.