Located along the banks of the Chao Praya River, Bangkok’s Grand Palace is undoubtedly the city’s most famous attraction. Containing intricate and distinctive Thai architecture from the 1700s, the palace is a disorienting maze of lovingly restored murals and tile work. Visitors are able to sight see at their leisure for a modest entrance fee of 400 baht ($14USD) and the palace is easily accessible by water taxi, car or tuk tuk.
I’ve been lucky enough to visit the Grand Palace several times and have gathered a collection of my favorite pictures. Enjoy!