There are many things you can do in Bangkok, one of them by visiting the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace is one of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok which is a historical and cultural heritage. The Grand Palace building has a basement in the form of a maze of royal halls, temples and ancient relics.
The most valuable building here is the Wat Phra Kaeo, the temple of the Emerald Buddha. According to some sources, in this temple there is a piece of bone or hair relics of the Buddha himself.
It took several hours to get to the Grand Palace Justice, but when it arrived there, you just need to walk in order to take photographs of some landmarks in other major cities such as Wat Po and Wat Arun famous Temple of the Dawn and famous place near Other. With Bangkok is the center of international port, the city could be the starting point for excursions throughout the country.
Grand Palace was built during the reign of King Rama 1 in 1782. For 150 years the Grand Palace became the center of the royal government of Thailand as well as the residence of the king. Currently the Grand Palace is no longer used as a residence of kings and have become attractions in Bangkok. But the Grand Palace still serves as a place of worship Buddhists in Thailand. Grand Palace is also used to carry out the ceremonial events or welcome guests state.
This attraction is open daily starting at 8:00 to 15:30. The entry ticket price 500 Baht or around 190,000. But just calm expensive ticket price was comparable to the beauty of the Grand Palace we will see later. Moreover, the prices are inclusive tickets for the other attractions, namely Dusit Palace, Queen Sirikit Museum, Coin Museum, and The Emerald Buddha.