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English Mass every Sunday at 10:00 am
Thai Mass Sunday 9 am
And everyday at 6 pm
Confession are heard before the Mass
(After 10 am English Mass there is Coffee or hot chocolate in the building next to Cathedral where you can socialize with...More
We attended an English mass at this Cathedral on Sunday morning. The congregation was surprisingly huge! The ceiling was ornate and the church had beautiful stained glass. The pipe organ player and choir were fantastic!
This is an amazingly beautiful Cathedral .. worth the effort to visit .. we attended the 5pm MASS (in Thai) .. beautiful service ..
The church is very big, although Sunday evening congregation was smallish ..
The high ceiling, stained glass windows, the choir, the...More
The 10 am English Mass on Sunday was packed. Appropriately worshipful congregation. The Australian priest was enthusiastic but the sound system was TOO LOUD! It literally scared the about to be baptized baby next to me. There is Confession immediately before the Mass, I...More
Whilst walking along the river, we stumbled across this Catholic place of worship. Out of place with the rest of the Thai scenery, it was very nice and similar to many they have in Spain.
Not the easiest to get to and not on the...More
I'm a Catholic, so I fell in love with the place. Their English mass is in the morning, at 1000AM, since me and sisters arrived in the afernoon, we just paid a visit inside. Said our prayers and took few pictures, it's allowed but not...More
Assumption Cathedral is one of the four or five churches in the city for which the late King Bhumibol donated the land and a grant for construction. It has hosted two Popes (as well as the late King, of course) and as a designated Cathedral,...More
We walked from the BTS Saphan Taksin station for about 15 minutes and arrived the church. However we wore short pants and were not able to go inside. We took some picture of the church together with the state tower as the background, which looks...More
Better known as 'Yaowarat' among locals, Chinatown is Bangkok's bustling district that never sleeps. During the day, the main street and its small alleyways are filled with a vibrant mix of colours, scents and flavours coming from the roadside restaurants and all-day markets. The real action, however, happens after sunset. Surrounded by neon lights, Thais and tourists alike flock here around dinnertime to feast
on some of the best street food in town. Escape the chaos by venturing a little further from the main road and discover hidden shrines, friendly locals and daily life in its purest form.