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Bangkok’s world-famous Temple of Dawn pagoda, internationally known as Wat Arun, will officially reopen at the end of this year after being closed to visitors for three years for repairs and renovation to secure the base of its majestic pagoda. 

The 66.8 metre-high pagoda is the main feature of Wat Arun, decorated with seashells and Chinese porcelain that glimmer in the sunshine. A 10-day long celebration of the completion of Wat Arun’s renovations will take place from 27 December through to 5 January 2018, together with an exhibition on the temple’s history, showcasing the importance of its role in Thai society. 




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