Wat Arun (Buddhist Temple) In Bangkok In Thailand

Wat Arun is also known as Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan as well as that Wat Arun temple is a Buddhist temple and also that Wat Arun temple is located at Bangkok Yai and that is district of Bangkok in Thailand. Wat Arun temple is on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River.

Wat Arun (Buddhist Temple)

Thailand Wat Arun Buddhist Temple

The name of that Wat Arun temple is derives from the Hindu god Aruna as well as that is personified as radiations and those radiations of the rising son. Wat Arun is a best place to visit in Thailand as well as that temple is among the best known of the Thailand's recognizable landmarks and also that temple is also known as a Temple of the Dawn.

Wat Arun temple is a Khmer-style temple as well as Wat Arun temple contains four prangs and also one larger one in the middle. That layout of the Wat Arun is representation of five sacred mountains means that mountains are home to gods according to the Khmer as well as Hindu and Buddhist cosmology.

The center prang is of the Wat Arun is denotes Mount Meru which are the centre of the universe as well as that prang is contains unusual design feature and that unusual design feature are makes that prangs to shine in sunlight.

Wat Arun is contains restaurants as well as cafes and also opposite to the river we can also enjoy the view. At Wat Arun temple first light of the morning is reflects off the surface of the temple and also with the pearly iridescence as well as that Wat Arun temple is occupies site for hundreds of years and also the design of the temple and name was changed a number of times over those years.