Whether you are looking for spiritual wisdom or a mindful and relaxing exploration, Bangkok’s temples evoke a profound sense of calmness for mind, body and soul. The meticulous architecture, the devotion of the worshippers and the tranquil ambience to be found in Bangkok’s “wats” will inspire awe and will be an experience to be cherished for a lifetime.

The Grand Palace

Once home to the Thai royal family, the Grand Palace is probably the most popular landmark in Bangkok.

Wat Phrachetuphon

Home to the largest temple complex in Bangkok and housing a large reclining Buddha statue, Wat Po is undoubtedly one of the most renowned temples in Bangkok.

Wat Ratchabophit

Located in proximity to the Grand Palace, this temple offers a blend of traditional Thai, Sri Lankan and gilded Italian architecture

Wat Arun

Magnificently overlooking Bangkok’s sprawling cityscape from the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun is a world-renowned spiritual attraction.

Wat Benchamabophit

Also known as the “Marble Temple”, Wat Benchamabophit is one of Bangkok’s most modern and striking wats.

Erawan Shrine

Attracting a staggering number of visitors daily, the Erawan shrine is believed to offer good luck and prosperity for those who worship the Brahma deity.