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Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, Bangkok

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  • It is a large temple in the middle of Chinatown. Dragon Lotus Temple and was written on the gate of the temple. Temples of Thailand and the atmosphere is completely different! Incense smoke is situated in the temple's main hall area. And many people inside the temple comes to visit!
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  • With all the beautiful wats in Bangkok, what makes this one so special? This is by most accounts the most important Chinese Buddhist wat in Thailand. Chinese immigrants played and continue to play an ...  more »
  • The official name is the ISAN. Has his Majesty King Chulalongkorn Rama v 5 is the oldest temple in Chinatown? Very beautiful architecture.
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  • Wat Leng Noei Yi (龙莲寺) is the most important traditional Chinese Buddhist temple in centered of Chinatown, Bangkok. Most Thai-Chinese people here come to pray for life blessing and the temple will be crowded during Chinese New Year and Vegetarian festival. Open daily and free entrance.
  • A Buddhist Temple in Chinatown, Bangkok Typical Chinese Buddhist Temple. Busy with lots of smoke from the incense so people will respiratory issues like asthma may want to stay outside. Close to the new MRT station in Chinatown which is scheduled to open later this year. Within walking distance to several eateries and walking streets.
  • I was here on the Chinese New Year, which made the experience very special. But even on other days, this place should be worth the visit. It felt very local and seriously buddhist (if that makes sense). It's a Chinese temple though, so quite different from others in Thailand
  • Also known as the temple of drago in Thai. This is a long estanlished Chinese Buddish temple in Bangkok. People come here to do good deed and pray. It will be crowded during the fesitals (e.g. Chinese new year).
  • Beautiful chinese temple complex, various shrines here, great foto ops!
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