Wat Suthat is one of the hidden gems of Bangkok. As it is less popular among tourists, entering Wat Suthat returns to leaving the bustling world behind and now in a peaceful paradise.

One of Bangkok’s oldest temple, Wat Suthat welcomes you with its serene aura. Overflowing with peace and tranquility, Wat Suthat Thepphawararam is a fine example of architecture and craftsmanship. Its construction began in 1782, during the reign of King Rama I, and was completed in 1820, during the reign of King Rama III.

Featuring impressive architecture, Wat Suthat is also adorned with fascinating paintings and intricate murals. The highlight is a bronze statue of Phra Si Sakayamuni, eight meters high, dating back to the Sukhothai period, Thailand’s largest surviving bronze cast of the 14th century. At the base of the image are the ashes of King Rama VIII. The giant swing, which marks your entrance to the temple, is a marvel to see.


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