The climb to the top of Wat Arun wasn’t easy breezy even for the young at heart. The steepness would make you dizzy and if you look down while clambering up, you’d be scared. The far-reaching view of the city of Bangkok across the Chao Phraya river is a breathtaking reward for those who’d reach the zenith.
Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn is, as I was told, shows its glorious beauty at sunset. Stay until the evening and be mesmerized by the stunning elegance of its architecture when illuminated by lights. It is said to be Thailand’s most photogenic temple whose beautiful spires reaches up to 70m high and embedded with intricate designs and carvings only a skilled genius of a craftsman can achieve.
Enjoy these photos.