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Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Pra Kaew is near the Grand Palace in Bangkok, which was built in 1782 by King Rama I and served as official royal residence until 1946. Wat Pra Kaew was built in 1897 to house the Emerald Buddha after the capture of ...

Temple & religious sites Phra Nakhon,
Bangkok

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Buddhamonthon

Buddhamonthon

Buddhamonthon is a common gathering place for Buddhists on religious occasions; such as Visakabhucha day, new year merit making. It also has an enormous park which is open to the public. A huge Buddha statue in Buddha...

Temple & religious sites Buddha Monthon,
Nakhonpathom

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Wat Devaraj Kunchorn Voraviharn

Wat Devaraj Kunchorn Voraviharn

Wat Thewarat Kunchorn Worawiharn was originally a civil temple built during the Ayutthaya Period and called Wat Samor Khraeng. During the reign of King Rama IV, it was adopted as a third class royal temple and given ...

Temple & religious sites Dusit,
Bangkok

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Wat Prayurawongsawat Worawihan

Wat Prayurawongsawat Worawihan

Wat Prayurawongsawat Worawihan was built since 1828. Uposatha or Ordination Hall is a beautiful building in Thai architectural style consisting of brick and stucco, measuring 18.24 by 25.20 metres. Its important archi...

Temple & religious sites Thon Buri,
Bangkok

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Wat Borommaniwat

Wat Borommaniwat

Stepping into the ordination hall (ubosot) of Wat Borommaniwat in Bangkok’s Pathumwan district, visitors will be bewildered by the unorthodox mural paintings lining the walls. Wat Borommaniwat is home to Thailand’s first...

Temple & religious sites Pathumwan,
Bangkok

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The Great Serpent Nag

The Great Serpent Nag

The Great Serpent Nag is a monument to Nag built in 2006, at the instigation of the town mayor, who wished to bring happieness and good fortune to the population of the town. The monument is divided into 3 parts, whic...

Temple & religious sites

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The City Pillar Shrine Phetchabun

The City Pillar Shrine Phetchabun

Phetchabun's City Pillar Shrine has been brought over from the ancient town of Si Thep and is considered the oldest such structure in Thailand. Many people come to see the shrine and offer up gifts at time of worshi...

Temple & religious sites Muang Phetchabun,
Phetchaboon

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The City Pillar Shrine Phrae

The City Pillar Shrine Phrae

The City Pillar Shrine Phrae is situated on Khum Deom Road in the town centre, which features an inscription stone with ancient Thai scripts of the Sukhothai period describing the construction of a temple in the town.

Temple & religious sites Muang Phrae,
Phrae

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The City Pillar Shrine Trat

The City Pillar Shrine Trat

Located on Lak Muang Road, the City Pillar stands in a Chinese-style building. Erected by King Taksin, it is a highly revered edifice for the townspeople and many locals and tourist come to see this shrine.

Temple & religious sites Muang Trat,
Trat

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The City Pillar Shrine Rayong

The City Pillar Shrine Rayong

The City Pillar Shrine is a pavilion located on Lak Muang Road. The shrine was previously made from wood and later was restored, using brick and mortar, as a Chinese-style pavilion. Highly revered by the locals, the shri...

Temple & religious sites Muang Rayong,
Rayong

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