This one is on the western bank of the Chao Phraya river (opposite the Grand Palace and Wat Pho).
It's famous for its porcelain-covered pagoda which sparkles in the sunshine.
The surface of the prang is covered in pieces of ceramic. Much of it from broken plates and other crockery from china. It was originally used as ballast in boats.
One of the most photographed landmarks in Bangkok, the Temple of Dawn predates the city's founding and is beautifully adorned with glass and ceramic mosaics.
This temple looks better from a distance than up close. Although the way it is covered is interesting. It is worth going across the river to check it out up close.