Hey darlingsss, I know I'm so behind on posting. I miss you guys so much. I will try my best to keep my blog updated. So, today I'm going to blog the part two of my Bangkok trip. Hope you guys enjoy it =)
Dang~ Dang~ We are ready to start exploring Bangkok for the second day in Bangkok.
Bangkok's temples are a unique part of the capital heart and soul. A visit here wouldn't counted as completed without seeing at least two of them. My first station - Wat Traimit, which located at the end of Chinatown's Yaowarat Road.
The city's most famous landmark - Wats Temple. The temple are not just tourist attractions but also play important part in Buddhist traditions.
"Sawatdee Khrab" You can't simply go in the temple with slippers, shorts, sandals, revealing tops. The temple are not allowed it.
The view inside the Wat Traimit
The back of Golden Buddha statue
The view of Wat Traimit Temple
After visited the Wat Traimit Temple, then we moved on to the second stop.
Wat Pho Temple also known as the Reclining Buddha, as it is generally known to the Thais. It is mainly famous for the huge Reclining Buddha statue, measured 46 metres long and 15 metres high.
My tour guide told me that, the Reclining Buddha feet and eyes are engraved with mother-of-pearl decoration, and the feet also show the 108 auspicious characteristics of the true Buddha.
The only one photo took with our pretty tour guide. Yeah~
Wat Pho is the largest and oldest wat in Bangkok, and there are more than 1000 Buddha images in the temple.
Here is a small but glistening Buddha in the main chapel
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And Four Face Buddha was our last station, which is the iconic "Patron Buddha" of the country. The Four Face Buddha in Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, is the most popular Four Face Buddha in the world. We went there just like normal day, the shrine was crowded with people. As you can see the picture on the above, the shrine was drowned on a sea of flower.
Alright, I think that's enough for today. Hope to see you soon, Happy Thursday Everyone.
Little Penguin Princess