Wat Phra Kaew, located on the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok, is Thailand's most sacred shrine. The wat is the home of the Emerald Buddha, the palladium or protective image of Thai culture. It is also the final resting place of the royal lineage of the Chakri Dynasty, which rules Thailand to this day. Virtual Traveler's VR Wat Phra Kaew takes you on a virtual pilgrimage, explaining the major monuments of the temple complex: Phra Ubosot, Prasat Phra Thep Bidon, Phra Atasada Maha Chedis, Ho Phra Monthein Tham, Phra Mondop, Wihan Yot, the Ramakien Gallery, Ho Phra Nak, Phra Si Rattana Chedi, and the Temple of the Ganharara Buddha. Each 360 degree scene contains an audio narration, supplemented with photos, videos and maps, providing a detailed understanding of the temple. The app features both a full screen mode for viewing on smartphones and tablets, and a "dual view" mode that allows it to be used in VR headsets such as Google Cardboard. The app serves as a "digital guidedbook" taking you through the history and religious significance of Wat Phra Kaew. Enjoy the only Virtual Reality tour of the iconic Buddhist temple.