Nothing special... No need to visit at all...
beautiful and calm temple. there are small garden in each angle. The one with monkey sculpture is the place nearby temple where ancestors' ashes is kept
The Tourist thing to do
Complimentary bottle of water when purchasing ticket
Easily the most interesting and one of the largest temples in Bangkok. I highly recommend you visit soon after opening to avoid the crowds, and dress appropriately (no exposed knees or shoulders).
Big Buddha and nice garden. Be careful with the taxi drivers outside. They cheated us that the temple is closed and tried to direct us to flea market with a ride.
A temple where you can enjoy without hurry or crowd, as you can walk peacefully at your own time. A little bit of crowd in front of the Reclining Buddha. Admission fee: 100THB.
Take off your shoe when you enter the temple. Put the shoe in the bag and carry it with you
Peaceful place. Amazing ancient architecture. 100baht/ticket and you'll get a bottle of water for free.
The temple is opened in the evening, the views are amazing and the place is not crowded at all.
You must to see this temple in Bkk, wifi is free. Don't wast your time to pay an expensive price to get a Thai Massage at the school. In Bkk you usual find this massage for a reasonable price.
A lot of nice building...
A must if you're in BKK
Reclining Buddha, and don't forget a massage at the school. Well worth a visit.
You should see this temple complex. Its garden is fascinating and peaceful.
of course to look aroun:)
Awesome images from my childhood. ;)
Don't listen to anyone who says the temple is closed. Information desks are around. Entry is 100 bhat.
Must visit for Reclining Buddha. Open till 6pm.
Not sure if they offer maps but it was difficult to navigate through all the temples inside the complex. There was a time I was going in circles. Reclining Buddha was amazing
Get in and walk around once more if you want to be in the moment and enjoy the beauty and magnificence of this piece of art. First time is just for being enchanted and taking pictures!
Famous & very popular Buddhist Temple. A place must visit when you're in Bangkok
It really fresh!!
Entrance fee 10baht. Apart from the famous reclining Buddha there are plenty of things to see inside this wat!
Reclining buddha. You can buy coins for 20baht only for making wishes.
A lot less crowded than the Grand Palace but with giant Buddha. Must visit.
Wonderful massage in traditional massage school!!!
Impressive! Enjoy the Thai massage by the students
A must visit when u r in Bangkok
At 160 foot long, this is the largest Buddha in the whole of Thailand - it's bloody massive and definitely worth visiting.
admission fee is 100B. Don't lose your ticket, you can get free cold drink water by showing your ticket inside. You have to dress properly to go inside the building of the reclining Buddha
From Samsen road, you can reach here by Bus no 32/53. It only costs 6.5B
Wat Pho is the oldest wat in Bangkok. It's a nice place to visit so don't miss it !
Home of the famous reclining Buddha. Check out the Grand Palace nearby to save time.
The most beautiful reclining buddha in Thailand, you can learn Ancient Thai massage here.! You will see Chedies of King Rama 1-4, 99 stupas around the temple and Chinese statues at doors
The reclining Buddha is really stunning!
Their operation hour from 8.30am until 6.30pm
Only a few know that there's a fortune teller in this temple, which you may find at the souvenir shop around the Reclining Buddha temple area
Best Buddha Statue
Adventurers – ‘History of Buddhism in Thailand’
Such a good place! U can try thai massage here. Enjoy!
Must try - Thai massage inside of this temple;) Reclining Buddha is "must see" as well;))
Try the reclining Buddha
Prepare 100 Baht admission fee
Use the map)