This half-day trip will take you to some of Bangkok's most prominent temples, where you can learn about the city's rich Buddhist culture. Go see the gigantic Buddha statues at Wat Traimit (Temple of Golden Buddha), and then stop by Wat Benchamaborphit to observe the blend of Thai architecture and Italian marble (Marble Temple)
Transfer to Wat Traimit, also known as the Temple of the Golden Buddha, which is sculpted in the Sukhothai style and contains 5.5 tons of real gold.
Take a tour of Bangkok's Chinatown, Indian Town, the Flower Market, and the Central Business District by driving through these areas.
Pay a visit to the Marble Temple, which has a fusion of Thai and European architectural styles and is home to an extraordinary collection of priceless Buddha statues.
The Golden Buddha, whose official name is Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon, is a gold Maravijaya Attitude sitting Buddharupa statue that weighs 5.5 tons and has the official title Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon. It may be found in Bangkok, in the country of Thailand, at the Wat Traimit temple.
A Buddhist temple known as Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram may be found in the Dusit District of Bangkok, Thailand. Its most famous resident is the Marble Buddha. It is one of the most well-known temples in Bangkok as well as a popular destination for tourists. It is also known as the Marble Temple. It exemplifies the extravagant style of Bangkok's architecture, which is characterized by towering gables, stepped-out roofs, and ornamental finials.
In the west of Thailand, in the Tenasserim Hills range of Kanchanaburi Province, you'll find Erawan National Park, which is home to one of the most well-known waterfalls in all of Thailand. It was established in 1975 as Thailand's 12th National Park, and its total landmass is 550 km2.
The 7-tiered Erawan Falls, which include pools that have an emerald green color, are the primary draw for visitors to the park. The park is home to a number of magnificent and lengthy cave systems, some of which are located deeper into the park, while others may be found along the roads that round the area. The three-headed white elephant that appears in Hindu mythology inspired the naming of both the park and the waterfalls. It is reported that the highest level of the falls looks like the head of an elephant.