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Major Thai Temples in Bangkok
Wat Rakhangkhositaram
Location: Arun Amarin Road

This old temple formerly named Wat Bangwayai was built in the Ayutthaya period. During the renovation in the reign of King Rama I, a sonorous rakhang or bell was found in the temple compound. The king ordered it to be moved to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and sent five new bells there in exchange, which are now hung on the belfry. The king then changed the temple's name to Wat Rakhangkositaram.

wat rakhangkhositaram
wat rakhangkhositaram

The belfry which is the symbol of the temple, was built in the four-gable style of the early Rattanakosin period. The scripture hall or ho trai consisting of three adjoining buildings has been declared one of the most outstanding examples of Thai architecture.

The ubosot or main chapel in the style of King Rama I 's reign features a three-tiered roof and the murals which were painted by Phra Wanwatwichit, a great artist of the King Rama VI reign.

Open Daytime
For taxi วัดระฆังโฆสิตาราม ถนนอรุณอมรินทร์

Map : Rattanakosin Island

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Popular Tours around Bangkok

South & West of Bangkok
Sampran Riverside
Samphran Crocodile & Elephant Show
Thai Human Imagery Museum
Floating Market (Damnoen Saduak)
Amphawa Floating Market
Rom Hub Market (Folding Umbrella Mraket)
Samut Songkhram Homestay
King Rama II Memorial Park

River Kwai Bridge (Death Railway)

East of Bangkok
Samutprakan Crocodile Farm & Zoo
The Erawan Museum
Ancient City or Muang Boran

North of Bangkok
Bang Pa-in Palace
Ancient Ruins of Ayutthaya
Chokchai Farm Boutique Camping
Dream World