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Simply Regal! ✨
Visiting the Dolmabahçe Palace was the highlight of my trip to Istanbul. It felt as if I had gotten into a time machine and stepped foot into the presence of royalty. The palace gates were MASSIVE and beautifully crafted. The courtyard felt familiar as it looked like something depicted in a movie. But to walk into the actual palace was a surreal moment. It wasn’t a place that was built to be a replica of what used to be, but this was the actual living quarters of where the Ottoman Sultans once ruled. To say that the palace is beautiful would be an absolute understatement. I don’t know that my vocabulary is advanced enough to effectively describe the intricate detail of the inside of this estate. Photos and videos could not possibly capture the effortless beauty of what lied before me. I was in complete awe. I stopped and stared several times in order to take in all that my eyes were witnessing. In my travels in other European countries, I’ve seen many beautiful hand-painted ceilings, but the detail in this place won me over by far. From the carvings in the pillars to the elaborate chandeliers, I literally couldn’t believe my eyes.
Needless to say, if you’re ever in Istanbul, make sure you go see the exquisite beauty of the Dolmabahçe Palace for yourself.
#tripblazers #istanbul #turkey #palace
Summer palace is not only for summer!
#palace #chineseculture #nature
The name: Summer Palace
Tickets: 30-60 rmb
How to get there: Beigongmen subway station, line 4, exit D
It is one of the most beautiful place in Beijing, if you would like to enjoy a nature and Chinese culture at the same time. There are some ancient buildings, pagodas on the rocks, a huge lake with birdies, some bridges In traditional style. Also you can go boating. This place better to visit during a sunset.
🇵🇹 Quinta da Regaleira, the most Beautiful Mansion in Sintra
A visit to Sintra is not complete without visiting Quinta da Regaleira, one of the most beautiful estates classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO within the "Cultural Landscape of Sintra". Quinta da Regaleira is a neo-gothic mansion designed and built in the late 1800s. The major attractions of the mansion are its picturesque gardens and the iconic initiation well. The initiation well is not a real well as a source of water. It is an underground tower in the Quinta da Regaleira built for ceremonial purposes. It consists of a 27-metre spiral staircase about 6 storeys high. At the bottom of the well are two main tunnels, one of which leads to the outdoor garden. It was truly a surreal and magical experience walking down the well and through the tunnels!
Child (up to 5 years old) Free
Young (6 - 17 years old) 6 €
Adult (18 - 64 years old) 11€
Senior (65 - 79 years old) 6 €
Senior + (from age 80) Free
Quinta da Regaleira
R. Barbosa du Bocage 5, 2710-567 Sintra, Portugal
#portugal #sintra #lisbon #palace #mansion #unesco #Regaleira #initiationwell #tripblazers
🇰🇷 Walk around Gyeongbokgung Palace in Hanbok
Gyeongbokgung Palace (景福宫) is the largest palace out of the five palaces in Seoul. It was constructed at the end of 14th century during the Joseon period. Over the next few hundreds years, the palace was destroyed, abandoned and reconstructed before being torn down during the Japanese occupation. Since 1990, an effort to restore the palace to its former glory has been ongoing.
The palace is a short walk away from Gyeongbokgung subway station Exit 5. We rented Hanbok (Korean traditional costume) at one of the many rental shops nearby before we entered the palace. The rental included basic hairstyling and additional accessories were available at extra cost. The admission to the palace is 3000 won but we got free admission since we were dressed in Hanbok. Therefore it is not surprising to see many visitors walking around the palace dressed in Hanbok. It was a fun and memorable experience for us taking pictures at different parts of the palace.
The palace is closed on Tuesdays. There are a few free guided tours in foreign languages available on certain days of the week.
161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
#korea #southkorea #seoul #palace #gyeongbokgung #hanbok #traditionalcostume
A royal palace in the heart of Mysuru 👑
Mysore Palace, also known as Amba Vilas Palace, is a historical palace and a royal residence. It is located in Mysore, Karnataka, India. It used to be the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom of Mysore.
The intricate architecture and vibrant colors left me awestruck. Exploring the history and culture within its walls was truly captivating.
A must-visit destination for anyone seeking a glimpse into India's rich heritage.
✅Entry fees :
Adult: Rs 40/- per head
Children: Rs 20/- per head (below 10 years). Foreigns: Rs 200/- per head
#Palace #mysuru #Indianhistory #mysorekingdom #southindia #India
Ujung water palace
Palace is very well maintain and beautiful. From the highest point, you are able to look out to the ocean. Nice walk to see the palace. The scenery is taken from the highest point in the palace. Worth the visit if you are passing by the area. Many instagram worthy photo spots too!!
It was windy but sunny when we visited. Not crowded with tourist.
Tips: if you have a guide with you, your guide can enter for free😊
Royal Palace of Madrid 🇪🇸
The Royal Palace of Madrid is an absolute marvel of European architecture and history. It stands as a testament to the grandeur of Spain's monarchy and the country's rich heritage. As you approach, the palace's sheer size and intricate façade leave you in awe.
Inside, the opulence continues. Lavishly decorated rooms, ornate chandeliers, and exquisite art collections make you feel like you're stepping into a bygone era of royal extravagance. Highlights include the Royal Armory and the Throne Room, where Spanish monarchs were crowned.
The palace's gardens and courtyards offer respite from the grandeur inside. The Sabatini Gardens and Campo del Moro provide beautiful green spaces to explore.
Visiting the Royal Palace is like taking a journey through Spain's history, a place where monarchy and art intersect. It's a must-see when in Madrid, and its grandeur will leave you enchanted.
#madrid #palace #royal #instatravel
Topkapi Palace Istanbul 🏰
Topkapi Palace in Istanbul is a regal masterpiece that transports you back to the splendors of the Ottoman Empire. As you step through its majestic gates, you'll be awed by the opulence and history that fills every corner.
Wandering through its lush courtyards, opulent halls, and stunning gardens, you'll feel like royalty. The Harem, with its intricate tile work and secluded chambers, whispers tales of intrigue and luxury. The Treasury dazzles with its display of jewels, including the famous Topkapi Dagger.
From the palace terraces, the panoramic view of the Bosphorus and Golden Horn is breathtaking. The Imperial Gate offers a glimpse into Ottoman power, while the serene Iftar Pavilion provides a moment of tranquility amidst grandeur.
Topkapi Palace is a treasure trove of history and culture, where the past comes alive in every exquisite detail. It's a must-visit for anyone seeking to understand Istanbul's rich heritage.
#istanbul #palace #instatravel #trip
A Majestic Journey to Heidelberg Castle
🌿 Visiting Heidelberg Castle was a memorable adventure that began with a steep climb, offering the option of a cable car for those seeking an easier ascent. The €9 entrance fee per person provided access to a captivating array of attractions within the castle grounds. ⛲
⚕️ First, the Pharmacy Museum proved to be an unexpected gem, offering a fascinating glimpse into historical remedies and pharmaceutical practices. It was both informative and engaging, providing valuable insights into a bygone era.♟️
🌿The highlight of the visit was undoubtedly the Great Barrel, an astonishing sight to behold. This colossal barrel, with its sheer size and history, left an indelible impression. It's a testament to the grandeur of Heidelberg Castle.🏰
⭐Exploring the castle was a journey through time, with some parts in delightful ruins that added to the charm. Wandering through these ancient walls, it's easy to get lost in the rich history that envelops you.🌿🌲
🏞️The panoramic view of the Neckar river from the castle's vantage point was nothing short of breathtaking. The Neckar River winds it's way through the picturesque town of Heidelberg, adding to the charm of the city and providing beautiful views from Heidelberg Castle. The sweeping vista added a sense of wonder to the experience and made the ascent entirely worth it.🪨🏞️
🤪Heidelberg Castle also hosts special events like dinners and musical performances, which must be magical in the open-air setting.🍽️ Imagine enjoying a splendid evening against the backdrop of this historic marvel.🏰
🌲To conclude my visit, I took a leisurely stroll through the expansive castle garden. 🌿🌱🌳This serene oasis provided a peaceful escape and a perfect way to wind down before descending to the bustling main streets of Heidelberg.🌸🥀🌺
🌼In summary, Heidelberg Castle offers a captivating blend of history, architecture, and natural beauty. The journey to reach it, the remarkable attractions within, and the stunning vistas it provides make it a must-visit destination in Heidelberg.🌷
📍Schlosshof 1, 69117 Heidelberg
🕖 10am - 5pm
💰 Regular 9€, pension/students 6€
#parks #trip #heidelberg #castle #germantown #palace #museumlovers
Topkaki Palace - Ottoman Architecture
A trip to Istanbul would be incomplete without exploring the Topkapi Palace. It's not just a palace but a museum, allowing visitors to explore its vast collection of historical relics, art, and artifacts. It offers an immersive experience into the opulence and history of the Ottoman Empire, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and tourists alike.
The Topkapi Palace is a magnificent example of Ottoman architecture. Its sprawling complex consists of lush gardens, ornate courtyards, and a series of interconnected buildings.
One of the most intriguing aspects of the palace is the Harem, a section reserved for the sultan's family and concubines. It's a labyrinthine collection of rooms, courtyards, and chambers, offering a glimpse into the private lives of the Ottoman rulers.
#travel #turkey #istanbul #museum #palace #timetotravel
Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall🌅
Chakri Maha Prasat is a blend of Thai traditional architecture and a combination of 19th-century European styles.
Maha Prasat are composed of nine major and minor halls, structured in a similar scheme to the Maha Monthien Halls from north to south, however the two building groups contrasts greatly in styles.
Formerly the site hosted eleven different residential halls and pavilions; in 2012 only three are left, although they have been completely reconstructed: The Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall, the Moon Satharn Borom Ard Hall and the Sommuthi Thevaraj Uppabat Hall. Behind these structures lie the grand Borom Ratchasathit Mahoran Hall, which has been recently rebuilt.
None of the rooms are open to the public, as state functions are still carried out within.
The majestic Grand Palace 🐘👑🇹🇭
Weal come to The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand.
The palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand.
The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782.
The king, his court, and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925.
The Grand Palace is still used for official events. Several royal ceremonies and state functions are held within the walls of the palace every year.
🇦🇹 The Magnificent Palace : Hofburg 🏰
Attraction: The Hofburg
Address: 1010 Vienna, Austria
Opening Hours: 8am to 6pm
Ticket price : €17.5
The Hofburg is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty, it is located in the old town at the centre of Vienna. Hofburg was built in the 13th century and expanded several times afterwards. It is now is the official residence and workplace of the president of Austria. Inside the compound, there is also Sisi Museum, Imperial Apartments, Spanish Riding School and Imperial Treasury. As the landmark of Vienna, this is a place not to be missed.
#timetotravel #vienna #austria #palace #history
Workplace and Home of the then Vietnamese President 🏠🏰
Very well preserved palace, and there are many levels and rooms to visit, definitely worth a visit!
However, similar with other Vietnamese tourist attractions, the palace is not air conditioned so at times, it feels like of hot and humid…
Also, do note that the entrance is pretty secluded, it is the building on the left hand side of the main gate.
NOTE: opening hours are only from 8 am to 3:30 pm
Entrance fee: adult (palace and exhibit) is 65,000 dong (~ 22 HKD), adult (palace only) is 40,000 dong (~ 14 HKD) [Concession tickets are available only for Vietnamese students and children]
#hochiminh #vietnam #palace #history #境外遊
Beijing's Magnificent Imperial Palace 🇨🇳
The Forbidden city or The Palace Museum is once home to the Imperial families of China in which common people could not enter. However, nowadays it is no longer forbidden. It is now available to the public in which we can all admire the beauty of the imperial palace from its facade down to the interior of the palace. We can have a glimpse of how the imperial family used to live before in the walled palace. The palace nothing but grand and majestic. I suggest you book in advance because they only allow certain number of tourists daily or go there really early to buy your ticket if you are visiting the palace on the same day. We went there twice but we were only successful getting in once. The second time we were there they ran out of tickets and it was our last day in Beijing. Suggested visit duration: minimum of three hours. The palace is massive you could easily stay here for an entire day if you really want to see everything in detail. Entrance fee: 60 rmb and bring your passport. They will ask for it. Enjoy the tour in the palace!
#mytripvlog #tripblazers #beijing #chinatravel #culture #palace
The Mighty Alhambra palace, Granada
Alhambra Palace, Grenada, Andalusia Spain
The Alhambra palace is a fascinating landmark and icon of southern Spain, a must see if you are traveling within Andalusia. Easily accessible by high speed rail or motorway Granada itself is a beautiful city worth visiting, with it’s hilltop palace the crowing glory.
At over 1800 years old this magnificent palace is a combination of architectural styles and features as the palace changed hands so many times between Christans and Muslims. It is one of the most in tact examples of medieval Islamic architecture and it is something you have to see to believe.
Starting at the bottom you can take side streets from central Granda that give way to a cobbled path that starts the boundaries of the palace grounds. Working your way up the hill you can see the sheer scale of the building before you.
Within the grounds there are various different buildings to explore, each with their own historical and architectural story and identity. Along with it these buildings offer stunning views of the city below and the surrounding areas.
There are plenty of toilets, gift shops and places to buy snacks and beverages but the palace does get overwhelmed by tour groups at times. I went early on a weekday morning so managed to avoid the rush, but by about 11 the place was very full. Certain areas are only accessible with tickets but the majority of the grounds and lesser known buildings are free to enter.
I didn’t get the tickets to access all areas but still managed to see plenty of areas within the grounds. There is also a car park on site but again that gets very busy and it is quite expensive compared to the area, best option is to drive into the city or get public transport and make your way into the palace on foot
#andalucia #spain #alhambra #palace #history #architecture #summervacation #travelinspiration
Where the British Royals Live 🏴
We bumped into Kensington Palace without knowing a lot of it. So we just decided to look around and see what is there to offer inside. To our surprise it is still where His and Her Royal Higness William, Kate and their children still live here whenever they are in London. It is just a small part of the palace that is actually open to the public but it is suffecient enough to know more about the royal members who used to live here. It even has Princess Diana's statue holding William and Harry as kids.
Very interesting and educational especially the lives of Queens Victoria and Mary and George II. You will see jewelries and painting inside.
Address: Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, W8 4PX.
Addmission ticket cost: 19.50 pound per adult and 9.70 per child.
Enjoy your tour around London.
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Beautiful Gardens At Hatfield House
Its a 30 min train from London straight to Hatfield where you can enjoy the beautiful gardens. Once you purchase a ticket you can take a walk around and go inside the old palace and Hatfield house where famous films and series have been filmed such as Bridgerton. There are some cute shops and a nice cafe where you can eat and drink. It’s very dreamy place and especially a nice get away from the city. #bridgerton #gardens #palace
The best place in Bangkok
#bangkoktrip #urbanexplorer #awesomepic #palace #royal
The name: The Grand Palace
Open: from 8.30 am - 3.30 pm
Tickets: 500 baht
This is the main attraction in Bangkok, a beautiful palace looking like a huge area with different golden, blue, red buildings. There a many trees, one shop, a museum of textiles. You can also see how masters work on parts of buildings, and how royal guards walks around.
"Seoul-authentic" Hanok Village
Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, is a vibrant metropolis that seamlessly blends modernity with its rich cultural heritage. While it is known for its skyscrapers and bustling cityscape, Seoul also boasts traditional houses and buildings that provide a glimpse into its past.
One of the most prominent examples of traditional architecture in Seoul is the Bukchon Hanok Village. Located between Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace, this well-preserved neighborhood showcases hundreds of hanok, which are traditional Korean houses. The hanok feature elegant curved roofs, wooden pillars, and exquisite detailing. Some of them have been converted into guesthouses, museums, and cultural centers, allowing visitors to experience the traditional way of living.
Another notable traditional building in Seoul is Gyeongbokgung Palace, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces of the Joseon Dynasty. Built in the 14th century, it served as the royal residence and administrative center. Gyeongbokgung Palace exhibits remarkable architectural elements, such as the Geunjeongjeon Hall with its ornate throne room and the Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, which sits on an artificial lake. The palace complex also houses the National Palace Museum of Korea, where visitors can explore historical artifacts.
These traditional houses and buildings in Seoul offer a glimpse into the city's cultural heritage and provide a contrast to its modern urban landscape. Exploring these sites allows visitors to appreciate the beauty and significance of traditional Korean architecture while immersing themselves in Seoul's rich history.
#seoul #southkorea #hanokvillage #traditional #gyeongbokgung #palace #korea #awesomepic
Gyeongbokgung through Time
Gyeongbok Palace holds a lot of history. Where in the past, there were many wars and this palace was often destroyed by enemies. The Gyeongbok Palace building was started by an architect named Jeong do jeon in 1394. The palace was later destroyed during the Japanese invasion of Korea in 1592-1598 and was rebuilt during the 1860s. The operational hours may vary depending on the season. From March to May and September to October, it will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. From June to August, it's open starting from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Meanwhile from November to February, it will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can rent a hanbok dress at the palace and stroll around the palace like a princess. Oh, dn't forget to watch the guard's changing ceremony as well. Go as early as you will get the barricade line to see the performance clearly. Check the schedule before you get there, so you won't miss it.
#seoul #gyeongbokgung #southkorea #palace #awesomepic #2023travelwish
Time travelling in Seoul 🌸
Do you love Korean period dramas? If yes, I think this is for you!
The Gyeongbokgung Palace is located at a walking distance away from the subway station, extremely accessible if you're traveling in Seoul.
Hanbok rentals can go as low as under $10! So do consider renting Hanbok with your family and friends and take lots of pictures! You can find many spots within the palace grounds that are free of tourists to grab that 'time travel' shot.
Here's a tip:
If you wear Hanbok into the palace, you get FREE admission!
161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Nearby subway stations:
Gyeongbokgung Station (Exit 5)
Gwanghwamun Station (Exit 2)
#seoul #korea #palace
Meet me at Gyeongbokgung Palace 💫
It's like stepping into a movie and reliving South Korean Joseon Dynasty again. This was so sensational. It is spectacular how this is divided from the modern world. The amazing building that is incredibly painted with a series of gates and buildings that truly speak to the soul of Korea. The setting between mountains and the city is amazing and the juxtaposition of the palace to modern Seoul is stunning. The gates and the palace are the stars but the dining hall on the pond is an incredible building in a beautiful setting. Not only can you relive this, but the art performances were also magnifying. I felt like a South Korean royal. We rented the Hanbok to immerse ourselves more in the korean culture and also stumbled upon the changing of the guard, such a very interesting ceremony. The vibe of this palace is very touristy with the people strolling and taking pictures in their Hanbok. This was one of the highlights of my trip! Such a great experience.
Entry price is incredibly reasonable at 3k but free if you're wearing a hanbok. There are free guided tours on offer as well with a timetable available when purchasing your tickets.
Highly recommend ensuring you are there for the change of guard ceremony (10am & 2pm) as it's unique. There are maps available, take one - the place is huge. Be prepared to walk a lot and bring water as you will be in the sun.
#vacation #palace #korea #historical #history
Habsburgs Palace in Żywiec
The classicist palace in Żywiec comes from the 18th century and is called the New Castle. In 19th century the earlier palace was rebuilt by the Habsburgs, giving the building it’s current shape. Some of the palace rooms can be visited with a ticket to the Miniature Park, which is located behind the palace. In the mirrored ballroom take place the concerts, in one of the wings recently lived Princess Maria Krystyna Altenburg of the Habsburgs - the daughter of the former owners of the palace. The Duchess died in 2012 and in 1993 returned to her paternal home in Zywiec, where she was born in 1923. Her mother was Princess Alicja Habsburg, who together with her husband Archduke Charles lived in the Zywiec Palace from 1920-45. Her monument - a bench stands next to the palace in the Castle Park.
The palace in Żywiec there are in the very centre of the city, near the Market Square, in the beautiful, monumental castle par, next to the Old Castle.
It’s a very attractive place for tourists of all age, with a cafe, pond, Chinese House, playground, free mini zoo and park nature.
#park #poland #polandtravel #palace
Museum of King John III's Palace , Poland
Wilanów Palace is the Baroque gem of Warsaw. The palace and garden remained unchanged despite annexations, wars and occupations. The ruler, who gained the nickname of the fearless Lion of Lechistan, lived in the palace with his beloved wife, Maria. The Wilanów Palace was established at the behest of King Jan III as his suburban summer residence. The shape of the Palace is clearly symmetrical, with the building divided into the northern part, with decorations dedicated to Queen Marie Casimire, and the southern part, “assigned” to King Jan III. #palace 🇵🇱 #warsaw
One of the largest Palaces in Germany
You have to go early to visit this huge palace to avoid the crowds. It is about a good 10 min walk from the nearest train station. While walking towards the palace, you will come across a huge lake with lots of swans and ducks. The palace is huge and you may spent a good 2 hours touring the whole place.
The entrance fee is around euro 10. There is also souvenir shop selling some palace china ware.
#travel #travelguide #germany #germanytravels #amazingtrip #magnificent #palace #munich #swan
Picturesque Palace! Jaipur, 🇮🇳
The City Palace is a fabulous place to visit while you are in Jaipur. It is one of the must visit in the city. This isn't as large as the other palaces or forts in Delhi, Jaipur and Agra but this is worth visiting. However, I was very surprised with the ticket pricing here. It is way higher than the other tourist sites that we've been to.
Ticket Price: 700 rupees for foreign tourists
Getting There: The City Palace is in the heary of the Pik City so it easy to get to. Depending on where you are staying you can definitely just use tricycle or uber/taxi. Vwry convenient
Attractions - It's the archutecture itself and the weapon museum inside.
1. Take your own water bottle as there is no water or shop inside.
2. Careful taking pictures with the staff , they will ask you for fee.
#mytripvlog #urbanexplorer #tripblazers #awesomepic #palace #india
Must Visit Iconic Historical Landmark, Seoul
Gyeongbokgung Palace is a magnificent palace located in the heart of Seoul and definitely stands as one of the most iconic and well-preserved historical landmarks in the city.
Besides being renowned for its stunning architecture, it boosts also fascinating features and breathtaking views surrounding the expansive palace grounds.
Tip: Remember to plan your trip around the Royal Guard Changing Ceremony timings to ensure you get to witness this historical moment.
#gyeongbokgungpalace #seoul #southkoreatravel #historicplace #palace
Wilanow Palace in Warsaw ⌛️🏰🕵️
The history of the Wilanow Palace, a wonderful Baroque royal residence, began on April 23, 1677, when a village became the property of King John Sobieski III. At the beginning, the residence built there was small. Augustyn Locci, the king’s court architect, received the task of creating only a ground floor residence of a layout typical for the buildings of the Republic of Poland. However, military successes and an increase of the importance of royalty in the coming years had a huge influence on expanding the initial project. Huge construction works were conducted in the years 1677-1696. After completion, the building comprised of elements of a nobility house, an Italian garden villa and a French palace in the style of Louis XIV. After the death of the King, the Palace became the property of his sons, and in 1720, a run down property was purchased by one of the wealthiest women in Poland of those days – Elizabeth Sieniawska. In 1730, the Palace, for three years, was owned by king August II the Strong, who made considerable changes in the residence, particularly as far as the internal décor is concerned.
In the middle of 18th century, the Wilanów property was inherited by the daughter of Czartoryski, wife of a field marshal, Izabela Lubomirska, during whose reign, Wilanów started shining with its previous glory. Sixty nine years later, the Duchess gave Wilanów to her daughter and her husband, Stanislaw Kostka Potocki. Thanks to his efforts, one of the first museums in Poland was opened in the Wilanów Palace, in 1805.#warsaw #poland #wilanow #palace #castle #museum
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace is must visit place in Bangkok which has full of history, ornate architecture, and art. The complex is one of the oldest in the city. If you come to Bangkok you should see the magnificent buildings within the Grand Palace compound to get a feeling of the grandeur architectural style. It was my second time here but I am still amazed with the architectures inside that huge fence. Hopefully someday I can go nearer and inside the temple itself.
Always remember when you enter any sacred places you must wear polite clothing. But nothing to worry because there are many rentable clothings and even buyable clothings outside.
#awesomepic #mytripvlog #temple #palace #bangkok #thailand
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