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A little slice of calm in the center of town, this Hindu shrine is situated on a busy junction. Always teeming with worshippers, it’s a photogenic spot where incense constantly burns and traditional Thai dancers in full costume are often found.
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Excellent shrine to offer our respect to the Four Face Buddha. Great improvement as compared to my last visit to Bangkok 7 years ago. It has become a shrine without the lighting of candles and joss sticks.
This is great for our environment as the...More
This is a Hindu shrine in Bangkok. Has a statue of a four faced God.
Many locals visit to pray and offer yellow flowers and other givings.
There is also a place where people can sit and pray while some traditional dance takes place.
We visited the famous Erawan Shrine as it is one of the famous shrine of worship. It was super crowded but the experience is worth it. You can get a private prayer with the dancers by offering some money. You can't burn the incense sticks...More
We rocked up about 6pm on a Friday evening not sure what to expect. The place was buzzing with singing and dancing and packed with Thai people praying and making offerings. It looked chaotic but there was a really organised system in place with offerings...More
Worth popping in to see this multicultural, multi religion shrine. Yes, it's a hindu shrine, but I saw buddhists, catholic nuns, and all sorts there, praying and wishing for a brighter future. Thankyou to all who rebuilt it after the trouble. Close to lovely up...More
Need to get here early as can get very busy, It is a place Thai people pray so please respect their space. Music happens most of the time as part of their prayers, good to even walk past as it is Thai culture at its...More