How to get to Grand Palace in Bangkok

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About Grand Palace in Bangkok

Generally speaking, the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Jade Buddha are the first stops for tourists visiting Bangkok.

Because they are right next to the Chao Phraya River, you can take a boat ride from the river to see the staggered palace complex before going inside to see the interior of the palace, and vice versa.

The famous Jade Buddha Temple is located in the northeast corner of the palace, where the Jade Buddha, one of Thailand’s three national treasures, is enshrined.

Things to see
A typical Siamese style complex, the white palace architecture brings together the best of Thai painting, sculpture and decorative arts. Introduction
The Grand King’s Palace is located in the center of Bangkok, close to the Chao Phraya River. It is the palace of the first to the eighth kings of the Bangkok dynasty, also known as the “Grand Palace” or the “Forbidden City”, and is the most perfectly preserved, spectacular, largest and most ethnically distinctive royal palace in Bangkok.

The main buildings include Amarin Palace, Chakki Palace, Raksha Palace and the Jade Buddha Temple. In addition, the King’s Field Square outside the Grand Palace was once used as a royal square, and nowadays, the King presides over the celebrations of Spring Festival and Thai New Year here.

How to get there

If you want to go to Grand Palace, the first step is to book tickets!
If you have a discount coupon online, you can make a reservation and purchase tickets here.

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344 ถนน บริพัตร Khwaeng Ban Bat, Khet Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand

Sanam Chai station 11 min. walk


Built during the time of Rama I of the Bangkok Dynasty, the pagoda enshrines the relics of Shakyamuni, so the status of the temple in this side of Southeast Asia is very high. Many people come here, I am also one of them, follow the wind to feel some Thai religious atmosphere.

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