Enchanting Bangkok City Tour: Golden Buddha, Marble Temple and Gems Gallery

1 Day

Discover Bangkok on this Enchanting Bangkok City Tour: Golden Buddha, Marble Temple, and Gems Gallery.

Highlights

  • Bangkok is famous for its various peaceful and artistic temples.
  • Most enigmatic of all the temples is the Golden Buddha & Marble Temple.
  • Very unique and probably the most precious 5.5-ton golden statue of Lord Buddha in the world.
  • Around 1000 Photographs of Buddha with different Mudras (Postures).
  • A unique fusion of Thai & European Architecture.

Enchanting Bangkok City Tour: Golden Buddha, Marble Temple & Gems Gallery

Get prepared to explore the magnificent Thai culture by visiting Bangkok’s two most famous temples of Buddha. Visit Marble Temple, a creative fusion of European & Thai architecture, and Golden Buddha, the world’s most valuable Buddha idol with an intriguing history.

•Pick up 12:00-12:30pm and drop off from 4:00-4:30pm.

• Get prepared to jump on a comfortable air-conditioned coach for an interesting and magnificent Bangkok town tour as we pick you up from your hotel/pick-up point according to your selected tour choice.

• 12:30 pm: We begin by riding around the skyscrapers of the city, demonstrating that in no moment has it made its mark on the worldwide arena reaching the splendid Marble Temple.

Bangkok City and Temple Tours with Gems Gallery

• 1:30 pm: Enter the temple with our multi-lingual tour guide and comprehend the exciting background and facts while looking at the architecture that is relaxing to the eye. The Stupas and the 52 Buddha paintings on the wall are a treat for the photographers. Later, in the Ordinance Hall, pay homage to the statue of Lord Buddha. You can either walk around the lush green lawns or relax.

• 2:30 pm: After about an hour of exploration, we continue to the Glorious Buddha Temple next to the genuine China Town, immersed in the ancient Chinese culture with a panoramic perspective of it. Once you reach the temple, admire Lord Buddha’s very rare 5.5-ton strong gold statue. A priceless idol that depicts Thai culture’s soul. The history behind this sculpture will surprise you as it was an unknown reality that it was made up of gold for two decades until the plaster cracked as it was moved from the ancient capital of Thailand’s Ayutthaya.

• 3:30 pm: Now is the time for the World Gems shopping expedition. You can purchase some souvenirs back home for your loved ones.

• 4:00 pm: As the sun rises above your head, it’s time to finish the trip with a fun-filled town drive.

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Last Updated on April 11, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com