Wat Benchamabophit is a Buddhist temple also known as the marble temple, it is one of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples. It typifies Bangkok’s ornate style of high gables, stepped-out roofs and elaborate finials. The temple is built of Italian marble. It has display of carrarra marble pillars, a marble courtyard and two large singhas (lions) guarding the entrance to the bot. The interiors are decorated with crossbeams of lacquer and gold, and in shallow niches in the walls of paintings of important stupas all over the country. The cloister around the assembly hall houses 52 images of Buddha.
Wat Intharawihan was built at the beginning of the Ayutthaya period. One of the main features is a 32-metre high, 10-meter wide standing Buddha referred to as Luang Pho To which took over 60 years to complete. It is decorated in glass mosaics and 24-carat gold. The topknot of the Buddha image contains a relic of Lord Buddha brought from Sri Lanka.