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Wat Suthat in Bangkok Thailand -A deep insight into Buddhism

Wat Suthat is one of the top ten old Royal Buddhist temples in Thailand Bangkok. It’s best known for its 21.15-metre tall massive Swing found at its entrance.

Bronze Buddha Image

The Giant Swing dates back to 1784 and was made by an ancient King named Rama to protect the 13th-century bronze Image of the Buddha. The swing was recrafted in 2004.

Chapel

Chapel

Img by: Mattana via :Wikipedia

Readily identified by the huge red swing which can be seen at its entranceway, this temple also features a handsome chapel with a distinctive roof. You will also find exquisite teak wood panels and splendid murals at this remarkable temple.

Images of the Buddha

Buddhas

Img by: Henning Blatt  via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0

In addition to the Giant Swing, the Outer Walls have one hundred and fifty-six images of the Buddha topped with complex carvings at its entry gates. As you explore these fascinating temples a fine choice of accommodation would be a Sathon hotel the likes of Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok.

Frescoes
The frescoes in the interior walls depict the previous reincarnations of the Buddha. The outer walls are lined with Chinese sculptures in stone and eight levelled six sided Pagodas.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+



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