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The main Buddha image for the temple was moulded by King Rama II himself and his ashes are interred underneath this statute.
Notwithstanding that construction of the temple commenced in 1802, it wasn’t completed until after King Rama II’s death, in 1851.
After the fall of Ayuthaya, King Taksin established a new capital in Thonburi, beside Bang Makok, and the Emerald Buddha (Thailand’s most revered Buddha statue) was housed in this temple.
Interestingly though, this famous landmark does not get anywhere near as many tourists as the attractions on the Bangkok side of the Chao Phraya river.
This is possibly because the river acts as a barrier, and most tourists perhaps think that they have seen enough merely by taking photos from the Bangkok side.
It was built in the early 19th Century by the second ruler of the current ruling Dynasty (Rama II).
It has therefore been a landmark for a long time and is one of the best known Bangkok tourist attractions.