Wat Arun, Thailand


The Temple of Dawn, or most commonly known as Wat Arun, is named after an Indian God of Dawn, Aruna. It is one of the most spectacular landmarks on the side of Chao Phraya River, and is an architectural representation of the Buddhist Mount Meru which represents the center of the Universe.

Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand

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      • If you fancy good food, go and check out Mrs Balbir’s Indian restaurant in Sukhumvit Soi 11. Not just your ordinary Indian resto. It’s owned by my friend, Vinder Balbir- tv cooking presenter, and caterer to Thai International. If you Google Mrs. Balbir’s photos, You will see one I have uploaded with my copyright initials ejsna. I am the one with the red shirt & Vinder on my left:-). If you happen to meet her in the restaurant, kindly give her my regards and tell her I sent you there.

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