The Grand Palace
The elaborate Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo are the most photographed sights in Bangkok. Work began on the Grand Palace under King Rama I in 1782 to provide a home for the King and a resting place for the Emerald Buddha. The Royal Family no longer lives in the Grand Palace, having moved to the Dusit area, but tourists visit this spectacular site to see Thailand’s holiest temple, Wat Phra Kaeo. Stroll around, and give in to the urge to take a hundred pictures. Doesn't matter that each one of those angles has been clicked before -- you deserve one all of your own.
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Fort Phra Sumen: I walked from Khao San Road towards the nearest Phra Arthit Pier on the river. Near the Phra Arthit Pier, I came across an interesting fort known as Phra Sumen Fort. It is one of the only two remaining fort of old Bangkok and considered as the last citadel on the Chao Phraya. This fort was built by King Rama I in 1783 for the defense of his new capital,Bangkok. This fort looks impressive with its white painted structure with the old canon still looking from one of the peep hole.