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Visit the Phano Rung Historical Park during your Cheap Thailand Holidays and get up close and personal to the Shiva deity. You will discover during your Cheap Thailand Holidays that the structure of the Park alone is enough to keep your eyes wide open as it follows the exotic Khmer style. This temple complex sits on an extinct volcano's rim which is 1,320 feet above sea level. You will be amazed at the 10th century temples which were built of laterite and sandstone.
This Buddhist temple called Wat Chaiwatthanaram will be your next Thailand Cheap Holidays destination. This is actually one of the most recognized temples in Ayutthaya, and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will be amazed at how ancient the temple is, having been built in 1630. It may have a long, difficult-to-pronounce name but it simple means the Temple of long reign.
Your Cheap Thailand Holidays will bring you to the Grand Palace in Bangkok. You will discover during your Cheap Thailand Holidays that the Palace, which was built in 1782, was the King of Thailand's official residence beginning the 18th century. The present King Bhumibol of Thailand however lives at the Chitralada Palace. The Palace is home to the Wat Phra Kaew where the Emerald Buddha is located.
Check out the Wat Phra Singh during your Thailand Cheap Holidays and experience the solemnity of a real Buddhist Temple. You will discover during your Thailand Cheap Holidays that the statue of the Phra Buddha Sihing is housed in the temple. Legend shows that the Buddha statue that resides here is one of the three Buddha statues which are claimed to be the real Phra Buddha Sihing, the other one is supposedly in the Bangkok National Museum and another one in Wat Phra Mahathat.