Wat Arun (seen previously) is maybe the most scenic temple in Bangkok. It’s on the other side of the river, so you need to take a ferry to get there. Though it’s the rainy season, we had fine weather for a river crossing:
When you get off the ferry, you can feed the catfish (previously), and you’re greeted by some fine stone crocodiles:
While you can’t climb all the way to the top, you can go a good distance up:
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And at the top there are very nice views of the Chao Phraya, which is fairly busy in this section:
There is plenty more to say about this place, but I don’t know very much, so that’s all.