How much time to spend at grand palace bangkok?

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2-3 hours

A visit to the Grand Palace is going to be a busy and sweaty experience, so take it easy. Spare at least 2-3 hours to explore and take several rest breaks in the shade.
  • You can see the whole Palace in around 1 hour,but it depends on the individual i guess and how busy it is the day you go,but an hour,hour and a half should be sufficient.

To walk around the entire place and soak it in and appreciate, I'd say 2-3 hrs. (The Grand Palace is there as well, but there is nothing to go into; only walk past it) Get there for when it opens to the public (there is a queue even then) and be sure to be covered fully.

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Grand palace about 2-3 hours, Wat Pho about 1 hr and Wat Arun less than 1 hr. All depend on individual. Wat Arun is under repair but you can still enter, you can't climb to the top for the view.

Answer 1 of 5: Hi, This should be an easy question: How much time should I spend at the Grand Palace in Bangkok? Thanks!

First of all, the spectacular part is Wat Phra Keo. The Grand Palace itself is mostly off-limits. I agree with those who say 2-4 hours. Could you spend the whole day there? Well, as much as I enjoy the place -- and it is simply fantastic -- I can't imagine an all-day visit.

The grand palace is open from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm every day of the week. The last entry is at 3.30 pm. The palace closes only in case of state functions which these days are rare. The best time to visit the palace is early in the morning as close to its opening time as possible.

In front (slightly to the right) is the Grand Palace. Take a right here and walk about 10 minutes until you come to Wat Pho which will be on the other side of the road. Otherwise get on a tuk tuk but they'll probably over charge a lot for this short distance.

Eat a big breakfast before you visit Grand Palace because you need energy to spend 3 to 4 hours in this huge palace, and also because there’s no food being sold in the Grand Palace (at least I didn’t see any restaurants when I visited). Bring your own bottle.

I am happy to have visited the Grand Palace in Bangkok, which is a gorgeous attraction that is steeped in history. However, the wife and I only spent about one hour exploring the complex because the scorching Bangkok weather and swarms of tourists were simply too overwhelming.

You can see the whole Palace in around 1 hour,but it depends on the individual i guess and how busy it is the day you go,but an hour,hour and a half should be sufficient.

Passengers are encouraged jump on and off the boat quickly to avoid delays. Don’t worry, the Grand Palace is often the busiest stop along the river. You’ll be given enough time to get off the boat. People staying in the Khao San Road area may opt to walk (around 20-25 minutes) to the Grand Palace.

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