Wat Saket is historic temple built during the reign of King Rama I. It is best known for The Golden Mount (Phu Khao Thong in Thai), a man-made hill with a golden chedi on the hilltop, which was completed during the reign of King Rama V after decades of construction. The golden chedi is where the sacred Buddha's relics are enshrined.
Bangkok was originally moated and walled with forts at intervals along it (built in 1783 during the reign of King Rama I). It was broken by 16 gates and 14 forts (Phra Sumain, Yukornton, Mahaprab, Mahakan, Mootaluog, Seurtayan, Mahachai, charkphet, Phisua, Mahaluok, Mahayak, Phrachun, Phra-Ar-thit, and Isintorn).
Only 2 forts are still remaining along the former wall : Fort Mahakan and Fort Phrasumain.
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