Bangkok Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) Entrance Ticket

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23 reviews   (4.04)

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Departs: Bangkok, Bangkok

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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This is a unique deal for you; instead having half day packed temple tour in Bangkok, you may let us arrange your visit to Only Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) Temple. You may explore one of the most beautiful and most visited temple in Bangkok.

In “The Ubosot of Wat Pho” book, Chakrabhand Posayakrit who is a famous artist of Thailand said on October 10, 1999 “The fine arts in Wat Pho are bounteous wealth of knowledge. These enormously valuable resources can stimulate and enhance youthful enthusiasm for attaining artistic excellence and distinction.”

What's Included

1 - way hotel pick up

All tax and service charges.

Entrance Tickets

What's Not Included

Food & Beverages.


Hotel drop off from the Temple

Traveler Information

  • INFANT: Age: 0 - 2
  • CHILD: Age: 3 - 9
  • ADULT: Age: 10 - 99

Additional Info

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Public transportation options are available nearby

Cancellation Policy

All sales are final. No refund is available for cancellations.

  • Experience may be cancelled due to Insufficient travelers

What To Expect

Wat Phra Chetuphon
Wat Pho, the official name being Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Rajwaramahawihan, is the first grade royal monastery, regarded as the most important one during the reign of King Rama I of the Chakri Dynasty. The importance of this is due to the King having managed the restoration of Wat Phodharam, an old monastery from the Ayudhya period, it re-established as a royal monastery located near the GrandPalace. Some ashe of King Rama I was kept under the pedestal of the principal Buddha image known as Phra Buddha DevaPatimakorn in the main chapel. Wat Pho is an important landmark in the Ko Rattanakosin area. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful Buddhist fine arts and the existing Thai intellect which has descended from ancient times, taken as immortal careers knowledge.

• Admission Ticket Included


I was/am gobsmacked
Mr_Rosewater209B, 08-09-2022
Absolutely stunning. I do not have the words to describe my feelings. The staff is professional, and there was a respectfulness from the visitors that one typically doesn’t experience.

The gong is cool too.
The largest Buddha I have seen!!!
JoeCrusoeTravels, 13-01-2022

This is the best word to describe this place.

You will be cleansed spiritually by the surrounding and the several statues and Buddha artifacts.

The entrance fee of 200 Baht (with free cold water) is worth it in my opinion and you can roam around the area as long ad you like.

One thing that you shouldn't miss doing is the 20 Baht good luck coins where you will put coins in more than 100 pots located at the back of the Reclining Buddha.
Another must see on a visit to Bangkok.
SteLincs, 08-12-2022
Another must visit on a trip to Bangkok. I went after the Royal Palace as it is next door. Just go and pay at the door, not worth paying extra for a trip or guide unless you really want lots of historical info on the site. The Buddha is huge and reclining in a temple. He must have only just squeezed in-between the pillars to get in! Shoes off at the door for respect. A temple which is a must see for a visit to Bangkok and lots of interesting and decorative architecture.
Perfect for the one attraction
Jennifer S, 16-07-2022
Really nice to have transport and the entrance tickets taken care of. Driver arrived promptly and entrance we smooth. A bit annoyed that the driver kept trying to sell us on going to other landmarks and tourist attractions, given we only wanted to see the one Wat that day, which is why we bought the ticket for the one attraction.
Definitely worth visiting!
teresat821, 05-01-2023
As with all temples, dress accordingly covering up, although males seemed to be able to wear shorts and t shirts at this temple whilst females had to cover up completely. The actual Buddha is quite spectacular, and definitely worth getting some good photographs as it’s all very opulent and gold everywhere. A little pricey to enter but as expected wherever tourists are concerned. Worth the visit though as it would be a shame not to see this whilst in Bangkok.
Reclining Buddha
caroler54, 15-03-2020
Beautiful Buddha but a bit hard to see all at once. I liked being able to put the coins into the cups but wish I knew more about it. It was nice to be able to walk all the way around and see The Buddha from all angles. By the time we got to see him we were very tired.
Good experience, but could have been done alone
gauthierlamothe, 25-08-2022
If I had gone by my own means, it would have cost me 800 bahts tops (2x200 bahts of tickets to the Wat Pho temple and less than 400 baht in taxi) : between 16 and 20 euros.

Doubling that price seems too much to me since there's no guide involved.

Still, great experience: the temple has a museum and a massage parlor and is full of nice cats.

Staff is warm and friendly

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