5 reviews of Wat Arun in English
Entrance fee 50THB.
Even if you dont have the energy to climb to the top you can still take some great photos of the temple.
Einer der schönsten Tempel in Bangkok...
Wir waren an dem Tag des Vollmondfestes dort, das einmal im Jahr ist...
Es war wunderschön dort...
Man sollte gute Schuhe anhaben, das man den Tempel besteigen kann...
Die Stufen sind sehr hoch...
Hatte 3 Tage Muskelkater...
Aber die Aussicht war es wert
Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) might have been relabelled “What A Place” by the translators in Thailand as it’s definitely one of the most amazing Wats (Wat means Temple) in Bangkok. Seen from the river, it looks like a place you “must see”. So, a firm favourite on the tourist list of “must-sees”, it’s apparent why the attraction endures - Impressive visually, artistically innovative and, if you care to spend some time here and try to ignore the crowds, you can perhaps gain a sense of wonder of the spirituality present for centuries. Delve deeper into the Buddhist culture and visit a sacredly worshipped statue of Buddha and attempt to “pray” like the indigenous population. Tourism is fine, but there’s nothing like truly experiencing why these temples were built in the first place. Respect what you see, and pay homage to the people that still utilise the Wats in Thailand for their firm belief system. Wat Arun is possibly the best in Bangkok for the newly arrived, but do your research and discover much more!
If Wat Arun or also temple of the morning-redness is called my opinion after one of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples. The differently up castle symbolizes the Buddhist universe, in the middle the sacred mountain Meru, surrounds from the oceans. The towers are decorated with Chinese porcelain what it lets shine it in sunrise in different colors.
There are 2 platforms, from which has the most highly, one on the biggest Prang(tower) a beautiful view of Bangkok.
Reaches one can Wat Arun the best this over the river, with the ferry from the opposite Thien pier. The price for the transit is with about. 5 Bath (10 cents). During the day, the terrain is a suitable place to recover from Bangkok’s bustle about itself, in the evening many visitors come to look about itself at the sunset over Bangkok here.
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