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Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

We went to the funeral at Wat Hua Lam Phong. The main hall on the second floor is beautiful and the views are excellent. The parking is at the back in the school and at the parking building. There is a beautiful Chinese shrine at the front.

Thank BangkokSachse
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Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

Not just a temple, it is a temple with social care charity! Meditate at the main temple is always peace and serene. The additional feeling of peace and happiness is where can you donate fun for the under privileges to be used such as during the natural disasters such flood or coffin for the unclaimed deceased or deceased from the poor.

1  Thank lsg181
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Reviewed 18 February 2018

A friend of mine recommended this place to us.
Super easy to reach here by MRT, right next to Sam Yam station.
Went in the noon on a Tuesday and it was pretty crowded at the donation area.
There's no minimum amount to donate, but 500 thai baht will be for the price of one coffin. Remembered there's a pink slip for you to fill up the donor's name. Pass this pink slip to those staff seated at the counter where they will issue a receipt for that. Together with the pink slip, at another section, using the glue provided paste it on the coffin over there. Could just observe how the rest does it and follow will do.

It's kind of meaningful to give back to society while travelling :-)

1  Thank zhenqi
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

Was easy to go there as right in the downtown area but this temple is real authentic. Most people there looked like locals coming to pray rather than tourists.

Thank yukiwen2017
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

A great blend of Asian (locals and tourists) merit making visitors frequent this colorful temple ceaselessly.

Watch and observe or blend in. This is a true treat for the eye, nose, ears and of course you can let your thoughts meander on your own existence .... in case you’re open to spirituality.

Blending in? Pick up 21 incense sticks and go with the flow.......there are plenty.

Thank FoodieinSEA
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