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The Loha Prasat is an amazing building with an iron roof made of 37 spires signifying the 37 enlightenment virtues of Buddhism.
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Maha Chai Road | Bowon Niwet, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
Banglamphu
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

With a negligible (ultimately voluntary) donation of 20Baht for foreigners to enter, this complex has a lot to offer, with beautiful architecture and a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. If you can bear the heat, climb the spiral staircase at the end of the interior labyrinth to...More

Thank Joshua L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Myself and a friend arrived and departed this wat via the ‘Tuk Tuk Hop’ hop on hop off tuk tuk service. Spectacular buddhist temple (wat) with an ornate roof and great views over the Bangkok cityscape. There is also a cafe - Milkey Tree Coffee...More

Thank jonotennis
Reviewed 1 August 2018

Visit in late afternoon to catch the glow of the sun on the golden roofs. It's also quiet and no crowds - a definite plus after you've been jostled around by people at the Grand Palace.

Thank Cat A
Reviewed 31 July 2018

first stop on my temple run adventure in bangkok .. they have 20 baht entrance fee... the place is not crowded there's some interesting infos inside the temple. it is very close to khaosan road and in wat saket just walking distance . if your...More

Thank Ronna V
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

We walked past Wat Ratchanadaram on our daily way from the hotel to the Phanfa Leelard Pier. The impressive architecture of the temple instantly catched our eyes. So, we decided to take a closer look. The inside of Wat Ratchanatdaram didn’t appeal to us that...More

Thank Philipp H
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

I spent a long time walking looking for Loha Prasat and finally gave up. Now I see that it is also called Wat Ratchanatdaram, a Wat I visited. The roof in particular is very interesting, most of the interior temples were closed by 5:00.

Thank Lesterbeach
Reviewed 28 May 2018

In the history of mankind only 3 of those pyramidical Bhuddist temples have been built and the one on Bangkok is the only one still existing. To get there, best take the Saen Saep boats until Phanfa Leelard station, then walk 600 meters. In the...More

Thank pierremichelshanghai
Reviewed 22 May 2018

This Buddhist temple is one of the most beautiful sights in Bangkok. Like the more well-known Wat Phra Kaew, it has a golden outlook and grand structure. Very photogenic and enjoyable.

Thank Leon L
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Very different to most of the temples around Bangkok. A slight western influence in the windows, but lovely to walk through it's multiple levels and enjoy the quiet tiled ceramic floors and views from the upper floors. easy to access as it's on a main...More

Thank AdrianLW
Reviewed 5 April 2018

Spotted this temple complex by bus and decided to visit. it is across the canal from Temple Mount and can be reached by Khlong Saen Saep canal boat. Tipsamai Pad Thai is also in the area. If you've seen one wat, you've seen them all...More

Thank Neil C
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this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off
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spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to
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annakimchi
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Response from Claudio Z | Reviewed this property |
like others days.. tel.+66 2 224 8807
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Response from Kartos | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the temple entry is free and devoid of crowds as it is in a secluded place. Very peaceful to spend an afternoon at the temple. Walk up to the fifth storey to enjoy awesome views of the city.
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