Wat Benchamabophit is one of Bangkok's most striking temples. As the name suggests, many of the buildings here have been constructed from marble, including the ordination hall, which was built from fine Carara Italian marble and features an impressive three-tiered roof. Yet visitors will find that the temple still manages to follow traditional Thai temple styles, including a Buddha replica known as Phra Buddha Chinarahat, which was created in the Sukhothai style. Continued to Vimarnmek Teak Palace, the world's largest building made entirely of golden teak. Its elaborate architectural style reflects a western influence. Altogether there are 31 exhibition rooms, with the bedrooms, the throne room and the bathrooms maintaining the atmosphere of the Thai past. Some of the rooms house exhibitions of Thai art including silverware, ceramics, crystal ware, and ivory. (Remark: Dress code applies).