This grandeur residence of their Kings of Siam and the entire administrative seat of government until 1925 are still very much lively and preserved such become famous to travelers and expats. Its spiritual contrasts were still intact to walls and temples. Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Mahathat (Temple of Relics), Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha) and the Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) are the impressive structures that will threshold your eyes when entering the premises. The best place to have your selfie and groupie through their never fading temples. People could enjoy most of its palace during morning as they close the Complex at 6PM. But you could still enjoy their wonderful temples outside while capturing lit temples. Complex all day pass fee cost around $12 depending on season as well. We encourage everyone to wear long sleeves, pants and close shoes while entering the complex as abide to their temple rules. If you didn’t any of those they will need you to wear their customary dresses before you could get in with certain price of course. It’s really hot wearing their dress so prepare to sweat a lot.