As you explore the temple complex, you can uncover hidden treasures, such as ancient statues, intricate murals, and ornate architecture.
The Shrine Hall is an exquisite sanctuary that offers tranquility and spiritual reverence. As you enter through its ornate doors, a hushed aura washes over you, inviting introspection and contemplation.
This serene resting place holds a poignant story from the late 18th century, as it houses the ashes of numerous plague victims.
The event features a candlelight procession from Phu Khao Thong to the chedi where the relic of the buddha lies, which will be wrapped in a long red cloth acting as a robe.
To reach this iconic landmark, you must first head to the Old Town of Bangkok, which is reachable by metro, at stop Sam Yot and then walking for 20 minutes.
Alternatively, you can take a water taxi which navigates Bangkok’s canals. There is a water taxi that runs along the Chao Phraya River and stops in the old town.