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Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, Bangkok

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  • August 28, 2017
    Always good and nice design. Our family like this place much. We're go to pray and make wish. Hope you great at all.  more »
  • July 7, 2017
    It came from Hua lamphong railway station to walking around. Temple is truly commendable, but more amazing is eagerly wish that Chinese people are ever. Building and decoration more than overwhelmed by enthusiasm towards the believers.
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  • June 21, 2017
    Good for a 10 minute shopping break if you a tourist in the area. There are guard booths at each entrance but nobody asked for a ticket to be purchased. Active religious site, appropriate dress requir...  more »
  • August 6, 2017
    They call it the temple of the dragon. It is not easy to find the entrance. It is an area with few tourists and does not speak English. It is quite usual on weekends to see Chinese families getting into luxury cars and making a lot of money donations. There are several rooms with different atmospheres, I like it. You have to be extremely polite and keep a lot of silence if not they willlook at you badly
  • July 4, 2017
    The most famous and historical Chinese temple in Thailand.If coming to visit Chinatown ,shuld come here too.
  • March 7, 2017
    I was advised to come here to "fix my misfortune" (แก้ปีชง") because my Chinese zodiac, rooster, is not aligned with the zodiac Rooster (my own year). The fortune-enhancing kit cost 100 baht. I felt stupid for doing something I had never done before. However, the architecture inside temple was overall nice although not novel. In the next 2 years, an underground metro station will be ready to service visitors that want to walk around the Chinatown. This metro is constructed under the Chao Praya river.
  • June 21, 2017
    The most famous Chinese Temple in Bangkok and Thailand. It is situated in the central of Bangkok China Town.
  • February 10, 2016
    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.

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