Wat Suthat

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Looming behind the Giant Swing, Wat Suthat houses the awe-inducing, eight-meter Phra Sri Sakyamuni Buddha. (One of the largest surviving Sukhothai-era bronzes, this statue contains the ashes of King Rama VIII at its base.) Begun by Rama I in 1807, the temple took three reigns to complete. Rama II himself started the carving of its original teak doors (now in the National Museum).

By: Top Koaysomboon

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Address: Sao Chingcha Sub-district
Phra Nakhon District
Bangkok
10200
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Opening hours: 08:30-21:00
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