Wat Traimit

Wat Traimit

Before heading to Chinatown, make a 30-minute stop at Wat Traimit to see the Golden Buddha. This gleaming monument is the world’s largest gold statue and has an impressive estimated worth. There is a small Chinatown heritage museum on the third floor, but skip that and walk 10-minutes to the main attraction. 

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