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Maha Pruettharam Worawihan Temple, Bangkok

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  • This is an ancient temple that was rebuilt in the 1850's. A Royal temple, there are 3 rectangular buildings here. The first buildings is Viharn Luang Por Sukhothai where worshipers can meditate and pr...  more »
  • We had a tuk tuk driver taking us to various temples one day and we asked him to take us to some of the temples that were not as "touristy" as others and he took us here. This place is absolutely beau...  more »
  • Walk through the streets in the vicinity of the Mall of Bangkok's "River City", we ended up in front of this small Temple. We decided to spend a little time and we were not disappointed. A few tourists walk like us, free entrance and inside: a superb Buddha lying medium. Obviously, it is not comparable to the Wat Pho (a Marvel), located about 4 km, and its Buddha lying 40 metres, but by the way, it is worth to linger a little!
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  • Beautiful Humble place to visit, reminds me of the cultural importance of New Zealand Maori
  • A nice temple that isn't full of tourists
  • Its a really nice place to go that tuk tuk tours generally doesn't show you.
  • Pretty cool Wat. Drop by if its not too far.
  • A nice temple, easily accessible and not crowded..