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I am not really impressed by Thai Buddhist temples anymore, I just saw too many. I still admire the beauty of the architecture and the colourful design, but it is not that special anymore when seeing them on a daily basis for a long time....More
Wat Yannawa is a temple located along the Chao Phraya River. It’s also located about 5 minutes from the Saphan Taksin BTS station. It’s free to go in.
What’s unique about this temple is that there is a boat located inside the complex.
A very old temple which was formerly a stable for buffaloes, it has a new metal structure over the top protecting it. Clearly in need of a lot of renovation there is not a lot to see from the outside. A concrete Chinese style junk...More
So, my friend who lives in Bangkok attends this temple so I got a first hand view of it today. There is a boat shaped building but it is NOT the temple. It strictly a physical metaphor that is associated with prosperity. We went into...More
This is a temple that looks like a Chinese Fishing Junk and seems to be associated with prosperity and trade.....nearby is a monument to 108 Chinese (merchants or monks) who perished at sea (storm or pirates)....it is not clear but there is a memorial.
take bts to saphan taksin pier , (this is the same pier to asiatique(night market) take wat yannawa temple exit at the saphan taksin bts
about 10 minutes walk to the temple. beside the wat yannawa temple there is a big temple famous for 4...More
I went with my girlfriend ,and they healed her one year problem with shoulder and also they gave me and amazing massage,we repeated and highly recommend to come,best part was zero tourist and in a clean and relaxing Thai atmosphere ,must come!!!:)
Sathorn is Bangkok’s central business district, but here you’ll find much more than international banks and suited-up office workers. Take a stroll along the small alleys between the skyscrapers and you’ll find yourself among Bangkokians living life at a much slower pace. Feast on fantastic Thai food which you can find in the town-house restaurants, office food courts and sidewalk food stalls spread all over the
area, especially around St. Louis Hospital. A visit to Sathorn is not complete without a drink at one of the glitzy sky bars perched atop its skyscrapers.