Bangkok or ‘Krung Thep’ – The tourist city of Thailand that one visit can never be enough. Bangkok is well known for its food, attractions, and incredible sights. As they city grows, new landmarks are popping up cross the town, attracting tourists from all cross the country and foreigners to come and visit, to get to know Bangkok all over again.
This year, more special and others, as the new MRT subway line has officially operated. The line is connecting people to the heart of the city and notable tourist attraction. Making tour trip even more convenient. Besides the astounding destination, the station itself is also meticulously designed, to represent its unique Bangkok-ish style, and also, very matching with Thai traditional costume. What a good place for a Thai-Style costume photoshoot!
What do you waiting for? Grab your Thai Costume, and visit Bangkok’s Brand New 4 MRT stations – enjoy foods and incredible sight-seeing of Bangkok ‘DO NOT MISS’ list!
It all started with a costume. Available only at Thai Style Studio, is a Premium rental costume in Bangkok where we will provide our customer with not just a costume, but a full circle of make-up, hair do and personal fitting, get you ready for your special Bangkok exploration.
Located in the downtown Bangkok, customer of Thai Style Studio can transport around Bangkok very conveniently. Just right outside MBK center, you can transport to MRT ‘Sam Yan’ via various options; Taxis, Tuk-Tuk or a route bus.
Our first destination is MRT ‘Sanam-Chai’ -the station with the unique interior decoration of traditional Thai decoration.
Our next stop to visit and to snap some more pictures is Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha). One of the ‘must visit’ attractions in Bangkok.
The temple is known for the exquisite monastery, delicate architecture and decoration including the largest statue of the Reclining Buddha.
The exterior of Wat Pho is no less breath-taking. It is full of the architecture of the early days of Rathanakhosin dynasty which has been heavily influenced by Chinese artistry.
The area around the main monastery is surrounded with several statues of Buddha, all gilded with gold. All of these delicate elements combined with a lovely scenery and atmosphere makes Wat Pho one of the place worth visiting – to create a moment worth memorizing.
Just around the corner from Wat Pho, is the ‘Tha Tien’ community (Tien Pier). Very nearby Tha Then located the famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha – including the Grand Palace, museums and the monastery enshrined the Emerald Buddha.
Around the palace stood the long white Palace Wall. The place is one of the landmarks for photoshoot as it makes up a perfect scenery, with white grand wall and clear blue sky 🙂
Cross the river at ‘Tha Chang’, a very nearby pier, we landed at Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) to take a look at the glorious stupa.
Dressing up with traditional Thai costume and taking a picture with Temple of Dawn’s famous Stupa is one of the to-do lists when visiting Bangkok!
Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn has many beautiful stupas
Once the photoshoot at the Temple of Down is over, we crossed the river back to get back to MRT Sanam-Chai. Our next stop is one of the most famous places for street food.
Yaowarat road, the street full of not just food, but also life.
Our terminal point for today’s trip is MRT ‘Wat Mangorn’ – a station that stands out with an extraordinary style – painted in white and red with the hint of Chinese fine arts.
What a better way to end the day than a cone of ice-cream?
Took a couple more pictures to capture the moment in Bangkok. Then we call it a day 🙂
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