We spent the last part of our trip with Dom's mom, in Bangkok.
Despite the humid 35°C temperatures, we managed to visit 3 main temples in Bangkok:
- Wat Phra Kaew, known as the Grand Palace and host to the Emerald Buddha,
- Wat Pho, home to the huge reclining buddha, and
- Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn.
Wat Phra Kaew
To get to Wat Arun, we hopped on a 5THB ferry to cross the river. Wat Arun has more of a Khmer style, so it was more similar to the temples that we had seen in Cambodia.
Our hotel was also very near to some other temples, so we decided to stop by for a quick visit. Jen enjoyed watching and listening to the monks chanting.
Wat Suthat (and the giant swing)
Wat Ratchanatdaram Worawihan and the Golden Temple.
Although we didn't get a chance to visit the inside of these temples, we were able to take a short walk to see some nice views of them illuminated at night.