As I always love to visit Bangkok, going to its landmarks is a remarkable and a relief of sort seeing some of the historical structures of Thailand. While majority of the Pinoys working in Thailand loves to visit those artificial and miniature amusement parks around Bangkok or outside of the city,my taste is totally different.
Historical sites of the country really caught my fancy and it is one way of knowing the country more. The last pride of Bangkok that I visited was the Temple of Dawn..it's pretty amazing when I saw the tower across the river of Chao Praya river.
Foreigners from other country who came to visit Thailand for relaxing loves the Temple of Dawn..and so am I too. I didn't mind the heat as I went there eleven o'clock in the morning till three in the afternoon.
What I admire most of this country was, they respect and help the foreigners to give the exact direction when one lost the way.
It happened to me once, and a kind old man as he couldn't speak English
At the foot of the Temple of Dawn.
A stairs up to the tower..
An old stairs going up to the tower.
The tower when you look up high on it.
Overlooking to the area.
Overlooking-facing to the city of Bangkok..rChao Phraya river front.
Such a very high, steep and narrow stairs way up to the peak of the tower.
I met these young novice monks while I was on top of the tower..so I asked them to get some souvenirs with me.
A self taking photo...
another self taking photo..I mean just used the self timer here.
Just standing by down on the foot of the stairs.
Took a shot of this young lad..
up on the last peak of the tower.
One of the Pagodas that you'll see in the Temple of Dawn.
Worship hall of the temple.
While roaming around the compound..I saw this nice window...took it..wasn't it cute?
The biggest tower..
I just like to thank the American couple who took this pic of me.
The facade of the area....
The Temple of Dawn itself.
The boat that I got on with..crossing to the river of Chao Phraya going to the Temple of Dawn.
A well-manicured garden.