248 Thanon Thai Wang, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Bangkok, Thailand, 10200 | map
Also known as ‘The Temple of the Reclining Buddha’, Wat Pho is located within walking distance of the Grand Palace. The massive Buddha measures over 46 metres long, 15 metres high and is covered in gold leaf. The image symbolises the Lord Buddha and is highly respected by all Buddhists.
You can take selfies with the image, but touching is not allowed. A similar dress code applies as at The Grand Palace. Remove your shoes before entering. Entry fee 100 baht.
Wat Pho is also known for traditional Thai massage. If you have time time, relax in the hands of a real expert.
weekday: 08:00 - 17:00
weekend: 08:00 - 17:00
venue: attraction (旅游景点) | features: massage, (按摩) | attracts: All types
“The massage is the best of the best & I go every time I am in Bangkok. Both men & women are top professional massage people and it does not make any difference. All Massages are done in a room with about 20 others in the room.“
Bob on 14-08-2014 | Problem with this review?
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