Monuments

wat intharawihan

Bangkok has a multitude of temples, some of which are very well known and visited by tourists who know the city and others, smaller, only known by the local population. To speak of Bangkok’s temples is to speak of places like Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Suthat, Wat TraimitRead More →

Fort de Phra Sumen

In 1782, King Rama I ascended the throne as the first ruler of the Chakri dynasty and made Bangkok the capital of the entire kingdom, founding it on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River in the Rattanakosin region.At the time, in order to defend the city against attacks,Read More →

Wat Suthat

Bangkok is a city full of temples that explain the whole history of the capital. They all have their role in history and they all have their little details. Wat Suthat and the giant swing or Sua Ching Cha in Bangkok stand out from the rest. History of the GiantRead More →

palais royal

The Grand Royal Palace is a complex of buildings located in the central district of Phra Nakhon in Bangkok, and is the official residence of the kings of Thailand since 1785.Since the founding of Bangkok, the Grand Royal Palace has been the main architectural symbol of the Thai royal family.Read More →

wat traimit

Wat Traimit and its Golden Buddha is one of the main attractions to see for those who want to get to know the main temples of Bangkok. Located in the heart of Bangkok’s famous Chinatown, Wat Traimit is home to one of the most revered and important Buddha statues inRead More →

wat saket bangkok Montagne d'or ou Phu Khao Thong

Wat Saket (Phu Khao Thong) has not only the quality to be one of the oldest temples of Bangkok but also to have in its enclosure one of the highest points of the capital. The brief visit of the religious building leaves all the leisure to enjoy an exceptional sightRead More →

wat arun

Royal Buddhist temple unique in its kind in Thailand, Wat Arun or Wat Arunatchawararam is an emblematic symbol of the kingdom. The multicolored ceramics covering it gives it a very particular allure. With Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pho, Wat Arun is one of the most famous royal temples inRead More →

what pho

Built in the 16th century, Wat Pho or Wat Phra Chetu Phon is the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok. The one that houses the famous “Reclining Buddha” is in an impeccable state of conservation.The age, richness and beauty of the place calls for a deep respect from the momentRead More →

wat phra kaew

The visit that should not be missed under any circumstances is the visit of the historical complex Grand Palais – Wat Phra Kaew. The bustle around the solid wall (2 km) of the Grand Palais, built in 1783, sets the tone for the importance of the place. The motivations ofRead More →