In the Ayutthaya period, the area is the frontier where Chinese junks moored. Some said the name ‘Tha Tien’ came from the fire incident in King Rama V’s period had burned down the place, so it was then named ‘Tha Tien’ (Tien means empty or clean). Or it came from Vietnamien who settleed down here
Bangkok, known not only for its golden shrines but also for vibrant city life, offers an exhilarating and unforgettable experience for first-timers. The city offers lots to offer from delicious street food, night markets, bustling street life, and stunning temples. Visitors can choose to shop in one of the city’s mega-malls or the local market.
Wat Pho or Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhlaram is the first-class royal temple of King Rama I’s reign, was originally built in the Ayutthaya period, and the King had it restored in 1789. During King Rama III’s reign, the King ordered the inscription of knowledge from old textbooks into the marble plates, then, placed them