Wat Benchamabophit (Popular Attractions in Bangkok), Bangkok tours & activities, fun things to do in Bangkok | VELTRA
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Wat Benchamabophit
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Also known as the Marble Temple, this is one of newest temples in Bangkok and most unusual. While the building is built in Thai style, it is also covered with perfectly white Carrara marble imported all the way from Italy! The grounds are also known for the lovely bridges of various styles which crisscross the water pavilion.

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Latest reviews of Wat Benchamabophit

Excellent for learning about Thai culture and Buddhism

2020/01/10 Solo Travelers Melissa B.

My guide met me at my hotel right on time. The bus was new and comfortable (mini-bus style as it was just me). Bot (pronounced Boat) was an excellent guide! He guided me not only physically through the sites, but also pr... more

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2019/11/17 Couples Maggie

Did the half day tour of three temples in Bangkok. We were picked up at our hotel by our guide, who was early. We were in an air conditioned mini bus which was great as there was only myself and my husband.

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I really recommend this tour

2019/06/20 Families Kymberly

We arrived in Bangkok from Ireland for the first time with our family of three teenage children. Within hours of arrival My husband was called home unexpectedly due to sad news and we were in Bangkok on our own. Thanks g... more

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2017/07/05 Anoop

good tour. guide loses ineterest towards the end.

2015/04/03 Mal

Tour was good value

2014/06/03 Carmen

The tour that was supposed to last half day only lasted 3 hours, of which almost an hour was spent at the end in a Jewllery where they took us to buy. Not sure if this was something arranged by the agency or by the guide... more

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Wat Benchamabophit (Popular Attractions in Bangkok), Bangkok tours & activities, fun things to do in Bangkok | VELTRA
Also known as the Marble Temple, this is one of newest temples in Bangkok and most unusual. While the building is built in Thai style, it is also covered with perfectly white Carrara marble imported all the way from Italy! The grounds are also known for the lovely bridges of various styles which crisscross the water pavilion.