You cannot miss a visit to Wat Arun when you are in Bangkok, Thailand.
Seen on 10-baht coin, the five-spired landmark of over 70 metres in height has been known as the “Temple of Dawn”. Wat Arun derives its name from the Hindu God Aruna, often personified as the radiations of the rising sun. The Temple is considered one of Bangkok’s most unique temples through its architectural beauty and fine craftsmanship, beautifully decorated with tiny pieces of glass, tiles and Chinese porcelain placed delicately into intricate patterns.
May bring a food truck but will be providing two cultural performances The 2 performances:
1. Friday, 16 April: Thai Drum Dance (10-12 mins)
2. Saturday, 17 April: Thai Traditional Dance (10 mins)