Hello Bangkok

There’s more to Bangkok than meets the eye. We’ve listed some worth-while spots you should check out.

  • Wat Pho

    Near the Chao Praya River and close to the Grand Palace is Wat Pho, a temple that houses the astounding Reclining Buddha. After a relaxing stroll around the beautiful Wat Po complex, visitors can also have a traditional Thai massage here. (www.watpho.com)

  • Wat Khaek

    The most famous Hindu temple in Bangkok, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple is a Dravidian style Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Mariamman built in the 19th century by Tamil migrants. This temple is an important spiritual landmark for the local Tamil community, as well as for many Thais.

  • Wat Pathum Wanaram

    Wat Pathum Wanaram or Wat Pathum for short is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the district Pathum Wan, between the two shopping malls Siam Paragon and CentralWorld, and across the street of Siam Square.

  • Erawan Shrine

    The Erawan Hindu shrine is a major landmark in the very centre of the Thai capital, Bangkok - for people coming from East Asia and China in particular, as well as locals.Every day, thousands visit the shrine and return with gifts when they believe their wishes have been granted.The shrine sits at the Ratchaprasong intersection - a crossroads in the centre of the capital, surrounded by an iron fence.

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