Giant Swing (Thai: เสา ชิงช้า, Sao Ching Cha) is a religious structure in Bangkok, Thailand, Phra Nakhon district, located in front of Wat Suthat temple. And was formerly used an old Brahmin ceremony, and Bangkok is one of the tourist attractions. Giant Swing was originally constructed in 1784 in front of the mausoleum of King Rama I Devasathan. During the reign of Rama II concert swing suspended as a result of the alternative has become structurally lightning plant. In 1920 and renovated around him and then moved to its current location in order to make space for a gas plant. The ceremony was performed again until 1935, when it was discontinued after several fatal accidents. Last renovations were done in 1959, and after 45 years of exposure to the elements of wooden poles were showing signs of damage. And major reconstruction began in April 2005. They are used in the main structure for more than a swing of 3.5 per circumference and more than 30 in height. The remaining four are used to support and is the vicinity of 2.30 and 20 in height It was withdrawn from the swing in late October in October 2006 and was completed at the end of December of the same year swing built was dedicated in ceremonies presided over by His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej in September 2007 and the timber from the original swing saved in the National Museum. In 2005, Giant Swing, it was suggested along with Suthat Watt, and the future of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.