The Royal Palace


When talking about the iconic landmarks of Bangkok, the Royal Grand Palace is surely amongst the top choices for many. Once a Royal residence and the administrative seat, this relic boasts about the intricate patterns adorning its architecturally pleasing structure. The Royal Grand Palace is indeed the finest example of the craftsmanship of locals in Thailand.

In the present day, the Grand Palace is a spiritually inclined complex in Bangkok. This Palace complex blankets the famous and most magnificent Temple of the Emerald Buddha aka Wat Phra Kaew among many other marvels from the ancient Royal times. This spot in Bangkok is significant as innumerable royal ceremonies are carried out from here.

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Things to Know before you Visit:


Dress code: Both men and women must dress modestly for a visit to the temple. It is best to avoid sleeveless and tank tops, shorts, skirts, and dresses.


If you wish to avoid the crowds and queue, it is better to arrive early and before the groups starting swarming in the complex.


Make sure you carry a bottle of water with you throughout the tour of the complex in order to avoid dehydration.


Either avoid wearing designer footwear or carry a bag that is big enough to fit the shoes as they are not allowed inside the temple.

Na Phra Lan Road, Grand Palace, Phranakorn, Bangkok 10200

Phone Number:
+66 2 623 5500


Open Timings:
8:30 AM - 3.30 PM (Daily)

Entry Fees for Kids:
Free for kids under 120 cm

Entry Fees for Adults:
500 THB