Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram is a holy place for Buddhist in the Dusit area at Bangkok in Thailand. It is one of the most attractive temples in Bangkok which is locally identified as the marble temple and the main tourist attractions in the country. The name of the temple factually means the temple of the 5th King situated near Dusit palace and Prince Naris designed the temple which was built with Italian marble. The another picturesque vista of this temple is the displaying of carrarra limestone pillars, marble patio and the 2 large singhas guarding the entrance. The interior decoration of its crossbeams of gold & lacquer.
Everywhere in the country you can enjoy the shallow niches in the ramparts of paintings of significant stupas. The cloister around the assemblage hall there are 52 similes of Buddha and inside the ordination lobby there is also a Buddha statue of Sukhothai-style named Phra Buddhajinaraja behind the original positioned in Wat Mahathat in Phitsanulok. The icon of the temple’s frontage is observable on the reverse side of the 5 Baht coins of the Thai currency. This spot also contains the Benchamabophit National Museum which makes your journey more delightful and adds extra dimensions to………..