Grand Palace BANGKOK - All you need to know before you visit #livelovethailand
In today’s V-log we are going to visit Grand palace & Wat Pho, the number one must visit places in Bangkok Thailand, our Main points in this V-log will be to cover all the hidden things you have to know before you visit this amazing places, from the entry fee, to dress code, and all the scams you have to avoid so let’s put our hats on, take our cameras and do this v-log together.
We arrived to Grand palace by boat taxi and took a tuk tuk to the main gate, we tried to enter but it was forbidden, since we have to follow the line opposite the grand place that leads back to the main Entrance. So we did exactly what we have do and followed the crowd.
One of the scams that you can face while you are visiting Grand palace is that the tuk tuk or taxi driver will tell you that the palace is closed for certain time and he could offer you a ride to another place or temple. Avoid those scams by following the signs or the crowds.
So we were at the main gate this time from the right place to enter but as usual crowded with Asian tourists so we had to move slowly.
The dress code to grand palace and wat poa is not to wear shorts or skirts, but long pants only, once you enter the palace and you are wearing shorts or skirts they will make you barrow long pants for 100 to 200 bath and you can get back the money once you return them back while you are leaving. So kind of good solution from the palace management.
So we bought the thickets that is included also wat Pho entrance for 500 Thai Bath, and walked to the gate after check up to enter this amazing touristic site.
And finally we were inside and time to amaze our eyes with History culture and amazing architecture,
So we started our walk to check some walls that were painted to tell us the story of Siam trying to understand some facts before heading to the surrounding temples.
After we head to check the golden temples around and take some pictures and enjoy the view of the palace from some higher grounds.
Well even the weather is cloudy or rainy, always put a hat or take an umbrella with you to avoid the sun heat and a bottle of water to avoid dehydration, you will be walking to much in an open space, and you don’t want to spend the rest of the day in your hotel room suffering from headache.
After that we entered the temple of emerald Buddha, the filming inside is forbidden so always check for the signs at the entry of each temple before you start filming.
So once again we enjoyed every detail around us and tried to film some of the walls and statues.
We were still inside the grand palace heading to the new palace before we go to Wat pho the reclining Buddha.
And this was the white palace with modern style and amazing updated architecture.
We took some shots here before heading to our final destination in today’s tour Wat pho that is reachable by walking 5 min from the palace.
And we were at Wat Pho as you see the opening hours of those temples are from 8.30 in the morning till 6.30 in the afternoon so avoid all the scams about the misleading hours.
Same rules goes for here from the dress code etc. you will be granted a bottle of water at the entrance the bon is attached to your thicket to redeem it.
Another check inn and we were at Wat Pho.
you have to remove your shoes before entering any temple as you will see now and put your shoes in a bag and carry it with you and wear it back once you are outside the temple
Once you enter to the reclining Buddha try to walk to the end and to take pictures because you will avoid the crowds and you will have better shots from that spots.
This a beautiful fountain outside Wat Pho Temple, and with some golden fishes inside the pound.
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There are so many things to do in Bangkok but the Grand Palace is at the top of the list for good reason. If you're travelling in Thailand, keep in mind that many temples and palaces have a strict dress code but luckily we got in and had a great time touring the most popular attraction in all of Thailand!
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THE GRAND PALACE OF BANGKOK & Temple of the Emerald Buddha Temple Tour
Going through The Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand was mesmerizing. Rich in history, tradition, and Thai culture, it was worth fighting through the hundreds of people. Here's what you need to know and what to expect including The Grand Palace's Dress Code, History, and crowds.
We also saw the Golden Chedi, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and learns tons about the Temple's history.
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This is our city guide and a full-day tour of Bangkok during our Thailand Trip. Most of Bangkok's notable historical and cultural sites can be seen in a day or two. We partnered with Thai Tour Guide in a six-hour tour of the city that included the Grand Palace, a private long-boat ride on the Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho and a tasty Thai food lunch.
Our tour guide, Joy and a driver picked us up in a large van to transport us the different sites in a stress-free manner. First, we head to, The Grand Palace, the cities most famous landmark. It is a complex of buildings and has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782. Most tourists come to see Wat Phra Kaew, which houses the famous 14th century Emerald Buddha. This is Thailand's most sacred site, and out of respect, men and women, must wear long pants and shirts with sleeves. Young children are exempt from this rule.
After touring the Grand Palace, we head to the pier close by to take a long-tail boat cruise on the Chao Phraya River. Before boarding, our private boat we pick up delicious Thai ice tea, coffee, and some traditional Thai sweets. The ride from the long-tail boasts beautiful views of the Grand Palace and city skyline before heading to the traditional canals.
After the ride, we grab a quick lunch at the Krua Khun Kung at the Navy Club of Bangkok. Some of the highlights of the meal include a huge mango smoothie, Tom Yong Goong soup, and squid with salty egg.
We then make our way in the air-conditioned van to Wat Pho (Wat Po or The Temple of The Reclining Buddha), a Buddhist temple complex south of the Grand Palace. A must for any first-time visitor to Bangkok, it is famed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 meters long and is completely covered in gold leaf.
The tour also included a visit to Bangkok's Flower Market, but by this time our two batteries were drained from the filming. The market is not be missed either and gives you a glimpse of the importance of flowers in Thai culture.
To learn more about Thai Tour Guide visit: We highly recommend Joy, who was not only extremely knowledgable but compassionate and accommodating to our special needs as a family with three young children.
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3 BEST TEMPLES IN BANGKOK THAILAND - Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Grand Palace
We were on a mission to visit the 3 best temples in Bangkok Thailand and we found them! Taking the Chao Phraya Express Boat is an easy way to visit both Wat Arun and Wat Pho which are two of the most beautiful Thailand Temples in the entire country!
One of the most popular Bangkok tourist places, the Grand Palace was a little more difficult to find. We didn’t end up making it in time to enter. We decided to come back the next day and we were finally able to explore the Grand Palace Thailand. We were shocked at how many other people were exploring it too! The Grand Palace was filled with the most tourists we have ever seen.
Our favorite Bangkok Temple was hands down Wat Arun Temple, otherwise known as the Temple of the Dawn. It is one of the only temples in Bangkok left that you can climb on. We got lucky while visiting Wat Arun because there weren’t that many tourists there.
A quick boat ride across the Chao Phraya River led us to another Buddhist Temple, Wat Pho or Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The Reclining Buddha is one of the most iconic figures in all of Bangkok Thailand and we were happy to see it. Wat Pho was pretty busy with tourists, but it was an incredible experience to finally see the Reclining Buddha.
In our opinion, the 3 Best Temples in Bangkok Thailand are:
1. Wat Arun - Temple of the Dawn (100 Baht entrance fee)
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3. Wat Pho - Temple of the Reclining Buddha (100 Baht entrance fee)
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Bangkok - night life, street food, shopping - the city has it all. But, the most underrated are the temples of Bangkok. This video is a Bangkok temple tour - these are must visit spots when in Thailand. Bangkok temples are really beautiful, but many people end up missing them. However, I hope this video helps you plan a Bangkok tour along with a visit to Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew and of course the Grand Palace.
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We explore the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the number 1 tourist attraction in Bangkok.
If you're looking for things to do in Bangkok, look no further than the Grand Palace! This place is easy to get to by Tuk Tuk from the city centre and has loads of other nearby attractions.
Grand Palace Bangkok will cost you 500 baht to enter, and inside you can even visit the temple of the Emerald Buddha for free!
There are loads of other wonderful temples and monuments inside the Bangkok Grand Palace.
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Grand Palace Bangkok & Thai Feast at Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง) - Bangkok Day 2
On Day 2 we first went to the Grand Palace Bangkok and then proceeded on to Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง) for a serious Thai feast at Som Tam Sida:
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Day 2 was a huge day of sightseeing in Bangkok, and we visited many of the most famous attractions in the city starting with the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun. We also went to one of my favorite Thai street food markets in Bangkok: Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง).
00:38 Grand Palace / Wat Phra Kaew (วัดพระแก้ว) - In order to try and beat the main rush, we went to Grand Palace / Wat Phra Kaew (วัดพระแก้ว) early in the morning just after they opened. We still didn’t beat the crowds - it was already crazy busy. But it was still fun, and well worth to go. I had only gone to the Grand Palace Bangkok one previous time, when I first arrived in Bangkok back in 2009, so it was good to go again. Entrance fee is a pretty steep 500 Thai Baht, but at least if you keep your ticket, you can enter a few other attractions within 7 days using the same ticket.
4:48 Tha Phrachan (ท่าพระจันทร์) and Lunch at Ran Loong Lui Restaurant (ร้านลุงหลุย) - After going to the Grand Palace Bangkok, Ying and I were both really hungry so we walked over to Tha Phrachan (ท่าพระจันทร์) and walked down an alley and arrived to a restaurant called Ran Loong Lui Restaurant (ร้านลุงหลุย) that we used to go to years ago. The food was alright, not the best Thai food, but it was a nice place to sit next to the Chao Phraya River.
10:33 Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์) - We then walked over to Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์), which is also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Entrance price is 100 Thai Baht. It had also been a while since I had been to Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์), and Ying and I walked around for a bit. Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์) is also home to the original Thai massage.
12:40 Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง) - After going to Wat Pho (วัดโพธิ์), we then took the Bangkok river ferry to Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง), which is one of the best food markets in central Bangkok. After walking around for a little while, we headed to Som Tam Sida (ส้มตำสีดา) an Isaan food restaurant right within the market. We ordered a bunch of different dishes including tom saeb neua (ต้มแซ่บเนื้อ), Isaan beef soup, som tam boo pla ra (ส้มตำปูปลาร้า) - green papaya salad with fermented fish, soop nawmai (ซุปหน่อไม้) - bamboo shoot salad, yam tua pu (ยำถั่วพู) - winged bean salad, yam makua (ยำมะเขือยาว) - eggplant salad, ;aab pla duk (ลาบปลาดุก) - catfish salad, and finally a plate of sai krok Isaan moo (ไส้กรอกอีสานหมู) - Isaan sausage for good measure. It was a delicious Isaan feast!
24:10 Wat Arun (วัดอรุณ) - From Wang Lang Market (ตลาดวังหลัง) we walked over to Wat Arun (วัดอรุณ), the Temple of Dawn. Unfortunately they were doing some renovation on the temple this time, so I wasn’t able to climb the stairs to the top. Price for entrance is 50 THB ($1.40).
For dinner, I was honestly still quite full from the huge lunch Thai feast at Wang Lang Market, so I just stopped at a quick grilled chicken cart and had a few skewers of grilled chicken and sticky rice for dinner. It was a long day of visiting attractions in Bangkok, but it was a good day.
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1 Day in Bangkok - Grand Palace Temple Tour & Tasty Thai Food
Welcome to part 2 of my Thailand travel vlog series. Today, my wife Thuong and I will be visiting the main temple tourist attractions around Bangkok. In part 1 of our series, we visited the Golden Mountain temple (Wat Saket).
In part 2, we'll be visiting a few more temples as well as making a lunch stop for some delicious thai food. Thuong tries pad thai for the first time and fell in love..
For today's temple tour, we'll be visiting The Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), and Wat Arun.
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