What To Expect
The Grand Palace, regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand is a must-see for any traveler. You can't really say that you've visited Thailand without seeing it! The Palace consists of over 100 golden spires, buildings and glittering mosaics, providing tourists a dazzling display of aristry and architecture.
Within the extensive Palace grounds is the most sacred and most important of all Thai temples, the Wat Phra Kaew or the "Temple of the Emerald Buddha." This temple contains the most revered Buddha image in the country, meticulously carved from a single block of Jade!
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It is recommended that guests follow any public prohibition notices that may be issued, wear appropriate clothing and show utmost respect for the feelings of the Thai people during this period of mourning. Guests should also avoid photographs, videos and selfies and expect tourists sites and some important buildings to be closed.
Proper attire is required when visiting revered sites. Shirts must cover the shoulders and skirt length must be below the knees.
Exact pick up time will be confirmed by leaving a message through the hotel reception.
The Grand Palace is closed during special royal ceremonies and during visits from heads of state.
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