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This temple is well know amongst the Thai people for funeral purpose, but also for paying respect and wishing good luck for anniversaries or other occasions. Peaceful during the day time and busy in the evening.
Wat That Thong is well organized for funerals. It is near Ekkamai BTS station. It is also near the Gateway mall. It is peaceful during the day time. It is busy in the evening. We went the temple for the late King Bhumibol’s ceremony on...More
Beutiful temple of Buddha, with mirror mosaic tiles exterior, designer glass windows, beautiful thai architecture and windchimes. The crematorium is just beside! Even the deady body burning furnaces are enclosed in very beautiful structure. Just outside ekamai sky train station on sukhumvit road.
Just outside the Ekamai BTS this is an area of comparative calm and is worth an hour of your time..
This Wat is used extensively for burial rites so be sensitive in your approach.
It is worth calling in to see the external decoration of...More
This land was given by the government to replace two historic temples destroyed in the upgrading of the port in 1937. It is used for teaching, funerals and other ceremonies. There still are worshippers but fewer in number than those attending ceremonies.
The coloring a...More
Known as Bangkok’s hippest neighbourhood, Thong Lor and Ekamai is where the city's well-dressed and well-heeled spend their nights sipping cocktails in hidden speakeasies and posh restaurants. Live it up in one of Thong Lor's extravagant clubs and be prepared to brush shoulders with a Thai celebrity or two. While great for a night out, the area is nothing short of interesting during the daytime, either. Expect a mix
of savvy coffee shops, pop-up bars and loads of vintage stores, brought to you by hip locals with eyes for design.