Bangkok has become one of the world’s most visited destinations with an array of cultural complexes and many other attractions to visit during your trip. The grand Bangkok Palace is a must visit during your tour which is home to Wat Phra Kaew, a Buddhist temple in which Emerald Buddha is enshrined. During your visit to the temple, Bangkok dress code is required to enter. Your dress must be completely covered with no shorts, no see through tops, and no off shoulders or sandals. You should be covered completely and in case you wore the wrong dress, don’t worry! At the entrance you get overalls to cover yourself. It is crucial to follow the Grand Palace Dress Code otherwise you won’t be allowed inside the temple.
To get all the information about the Grand Palace, you can download a Bangkok Grand Palace Tour Guide app on your Apple or Android devices.
Main features of the app are:
- It has 3D maps which help you browse the place without any internet. The map guides you throughout the tour and helps you in a hassle free exploration.
- There is a complete list of the main attractions within the palace with photographs and descriptions. Nice audio explains about each monument for complete guidance.
- The App has nice image to share with family and friends.
- The app has complete information for tour, entrance fees, timing, dress code and much more.
The grand Bangkok Palace is considered to be the heart of Thailand due to Grand Buddha’s statue hallowed in Wat Phra Kaew. Since Wats are considered sacred so Bangkok dress code applies on the entrance. Dress appropriately with no slippers, shorts, skimpy tops or off shoulder dresses. If you are not dressed according to Grand palace dress code, then trousers and tops are available for rentals at the entrance.