Wat Ratchabophit

Built-in the 1860s during the reign of King Rama V, Wat Ratchabophit is a Buddhist temple of great religious significance in Bangkok. It features a unique layout including a circular courtyard at the center of which stands a 43 meter-high gilded chedi built in Sri Lankan style. At the western end of the temple lies the royal cemetery which houses a number of monuments to members of the Thai royal family.


2 Fueang Nakhon Road, Ratchabophit District, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand


6.00 AM to 6.00 PM

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