King Rama IV ordered the canal dug in 1852, starting from Chao Phraya River, south of Wat Thewarat Kungchorn, passing … Read More
The Grand Palace and Wat Phra Khaew is the main tourist attractions of Bangkok.
This large and extensive temple neighbours the Grand Palace enclave on Thai Wang Road and contains a gigantic gold plated … Read More
The first class Royal Monastery of Ratchaworamahawiharn, Maha Nikai Sect. Initially called Wat Salak, this temple was founded since Ayutthaya … Read More
Located on Bamrung Muang Road, this temple is noted for its superb 19th century murals in the main chapel. King Rama … Read More
Located on Mahachai Road, the temple was built in the reign of King Rama III in 1846.
Commonly called Brahmin Temple, King Rama I ordered the Dhevasathan built in 1784 to be used for holding Brahmin rites … Read More
Located at Sanamchai road in Bangkok Rattanakosin Island, very close to Wat Pho the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. … Read More
King Rama I had the drum tower built in 1782. The three-storeyed tower features a wooden red structure replicating the … Read More
The Giant Swing was built on April 8, 1784 from the command of King Rama I, advised by Naliwan Brahmin … Read More
This temple is located on Phra Sumen Road in the Bang Lamphu area. Built in 1829, it is the shrine-hall … Read More
The Bhodi Court at Thammasat University is inextricably linked to the fight for democracy in Thailand. It has come to … Read More
Silpakorn University, Wang Tha Phra Campus, is located on land which used to be the grounds of two palace, Western … Read More
A vast open ground situated near the northern wall of the Grand Palace and the eastern wall of the former … Read More
This is a public park built on the old prison grounds on Mahachai Road near Wat Suthat.
Located near the Wat Pho between Rachini and Charoenkrung roads. This park was originally a royal garden in the Saranrom … Read More
Buildings on Maharat Road was build in the reign of King Rama VI. The buildings start from Tha Tian Market … Read More
Built in 1782 – and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative … Read More
Situated opposite Wat Pho (the temple of the Reclining Buddha), close to N8 Tha Tian Pier in Chao Phraya River. … Read More