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The Grand Palace
There is the Grand Palace (in English: The Grand Palace) in the city of Bangkok, an old historical palace that began construction in 1782 AD and ended at the end of the nineteenth century, and at that time an amazing architectural masterpiece appeared, and today it has become one of the most important tourist attractions in the city, and the whole country.
Wat Mahathat Temple
Wat Mahathat Temple is located in the Thai city of Ayutthaya, which is an ancient historical Buddhist temple that began construction in 1374 AD and ended during the period (1388-1395 AD). However, this huge temple was destroyed and vandalized. Today, perhaps the most famous of these monuments is a statue of the stone Buddha head surrounded by a tree that has grown around it over time.
Wat Phra Si Sanvet Temple
This huge Buddhist temple is located in Ayutthaya, and it is considered the largest temple in the city, noting that it previously represented the seat of royal celebrations, and it should be noted that a group of its holdings were looted by invaders, and among these holdings is a statue of the huge Buddha inlaid with gold.
Temple of the Emerald Buddha
There is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok, close to the Grand Palace, and is considered the most sacred of Buddhists, as it is distinguished for its amazing architectural design, and visitors can wander around, and see all its features and possessions.
Wat Pho Temple
Wat Pho Temple is located in Bangkok city, and it is considered one of the largest temples in the city, and the oldest, it also includes a giant statue of Buddha with a height of 15 meters and a length of 46 meters, and the temple also includes a traditional Thai massage school.
Riley Bay is considered one of the wonderful natural places in Thailand. The peninsula includes four main beaches, the most important of which is Phra Nang Beach. This area provides visitors and tourists the opportunity to walk on fine sand, do water activities, swim in the amazing blue lake, or climb the nearby rocks.