First stop in Bangkok was at the temple of the Reclining Buddha Wat Pho. My first impression was to see these constructions with so many colors, white, red, blue, yellow and their characteristic tips in each building or house named Chxfa Biraka.
From what I managed to understand the guide was the following: “In this temple you will find Buddha in different forms, although for me the most striking is to see the Buddha lying covered in gold. Telling him that this figure is 15 meters high and 46 meters long, is without a doubt impressive. Travelers from all over the world come to see this wonder, within the particularities there is a significant number that you will find, this is 108, which means 108 positive actions to reach perfection”.
Before entering a temple I must point out that you must enter being careful, take off your shoes, do not make noise, cover yourself with clothes, hopefully not show tattoos and a naked torso, in this temple there is no problem for you to take pictures, if you must. be discreet out of respect for the culture.
To close this tour, I visited three temples Wat Arun, Emerald Buddha in the Royal Palace, and Wat Pho; I found machines to recharge water, this is super important, the heat makes you easily dehydrated, although they give you a bottle it is necessary that you travel with one in your backpack. Tickets are around 500 THB.