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Bangkok Temples

Hello TA,

If I wanted to see the following Temples: Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), The Grande Palace, Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit).

How many days would I need?

Thanks.

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perth
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Hi

Yes " one " day and you can even squeeze in canal tours with long tails boat rides and shopping :)

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Yes all done in 1 day . This is how I did it …blogspot.com.au/2013/02/bangkok-2013.html

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Easily done in 1 day ..

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Thank you everyone.

Do you know if there is a map online I can take a look at that shows where all the different temples are so I can make a list on what to see first all the way to the last. This way I can determine if I can walk to them or take a taxi for each one.

Thanks.

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Hello. Are there any restaurants for lunch that are close to this area. Walking distance?

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Hi,

Given that most of the temples are clustered around Tha Tien pier you will find plenty of places to eat on Maharat road, which is just behind the Emerald palace on the river side, or if you want somewhere special then the Deck at Arun restaurant does a nice lunch. Or, as Wat Traimit is in Chinatown you could eat somewhere around there.

Cheers

Edited: 26 April 2013, 16:29
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Hi,

Sorry, that should say The Deck at Arun residence.

Cheers

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This is a good starting point.

http://BangkokForVisitors.com

Lots of info as to sights reachable via boat.

www.chaophrayaexpressboat.com/en/tourist/

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Hello. Do you know if the Temples have entrances fees?