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Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, Bangkok
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  • its very nice to see this old chinese temple in the center of bangkoks chinatown. taking a bunch of incense sticks and making wishes for whatever... a must see. 
  • It brought me back to my roots. I have never set foot in China but being here allowed me to connect with the history of my grandparents. Very deep and profound experience for me. 
  • This Chinese temple in China town was a little hard to find and then once we found it it took some time to find the entrance. The place in nearly 150 years old and the outside looks like something sha...  more »
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  • Famous Chinese temple in Bangkok. In terms of its importance to the community, it is very. In terms of architecture, don't come with high expectations. Of course there will be something of interest if you have more time to walk around. But don't compare this to temples in Taiwan or mainland China, it just different scale. You don't missed anything much for not visiting. The China Town area in general is worth a walk though. Lots of food.
  • curious small templewith nice decoration
  • Beautiful to see the chinese community
  • This is one of the most important Chinese Buddhism Temple in Thailand.
  • Very beautiful red scene in Chinese New Year season