I remember coming out of the Rushi Zoo at dusk, walking for about half an hour and then encountering the Yunshi Temple. In Bangkok, most of the scenic spots are encounters but don't know their names until they are on the map. No tickets are needed. The grand classic building is the queen's palace. There are very feminine elements in it. It happens to see a charming and charming night in the temple. Xia, it's the place where the queen lives!
A relatively small temple that punches in during the trip. The temple was built by Rama V. Marble was transported from Italy. Its architectural style is in line with other temples. When entering the temple, you need to take off your shoes, pants over your knees, and you can't take photos inside the temple. In the temple, a golden statue of Sakyamuni is worshipped, which is very magnificent. Visual observation of 3 meters is available. There's nothing else left or right. There aren't many pilgrims, so you can come out after a ceremony. The big garden behind the temple has a good view. The fountain powder bridge is bright and witty. Photography is a good background.
Marble Temple is also known as the Yunshi Temple. The main hall gate is guarded by stone lions. The buildings are almost entirely built of marble imported from Italy. There are Buddhist temples, Tibetan scriptures pavilions, corridors, pavilions, Buddhist academies and so on. There is a Sakyamuni Golden Buddha about 3 meters high in the building hall, which is super spectacular.
Marble Temple, also known as Marble Temple, was built by Rama V in 1899. The temple is built with Buddhist temples, Tibetan Sutra Pavilions, corridors, pavilions, Buddhist academies and other buildings. Apart from the orange roof, the main courtyard buildings are all built of marble imported from Italy. The white and orange colours make a sharp contrast and are very distinctive.
The marble temple is also called marble temple. If you enter the temple, there are requirements for dress. There are signs at the door. You can understand them at a glance. It's very vivid. Even if you don't know foreign languages, it doesn't matter. As long as you can see the pictures, you can understand their meaning.