I was quite delighted to witness the grandeur of this temple. It has impeccable architecture and has survived as the most valued archaeological monument, which depicts the essence of Buddhism. The main building of this temple is known as the Phra Ubosot, which is centrally located in the premises. The statue of the Emerald Buddha is situated in the Phra Ubosot. This ancient figurine of Lord Buddha was enshrined in the Wat Phra Kaew in the year 1782 i.e., five centuries after the attainment of Nirvana by Buddha in India.
It was a fulfilling experience to visit this famous tourist attraction of Bangkok and I was now even more excited for the places we would visit further in Thailand.