Wat Ratchapradit

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Kaushik G
Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
Beautiful small temple
Nov 2019 • Friends
During our vacation in Bangkok we had visited the Wat Ratchabophit and then walked across the street over a small bridge to reach this temple complex. This temple dedicated to Lord Buddha was beautiful but much smaller compared to Wat Ratchabophit.

Written November 15, 2019
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429Happy
Chichester, UK3,317 contributions
Intricate detail
Aug 2019 • Solo
This lovely temple lies adjacent to the Royal Garden and can be seen from here. I was truly amazed with the fine details and intricate designs.
Written August 2, 2019
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Yi Jin L
Kuching, Malaysia18 contributions
Jaw-Dropped Magnificent
Dec 2017 • Solo
So blessed to have such friendly local that recommended this must-see temple all thai people would agree to as the most beautiful and sacred temple in Bangkok. Words can't express the wow factor that I have for this temple even after I have left the place for a few days. Once you see it, you will never forget it. The main door of the temple, is full of gem stones and gold, local believe that if you touched it ur wealth Luck will get better and better. definitely must see once in a lifetime.
Written December 22, 2017
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Patisonii
Bangkok, Thailand12 contributions
really hidden gem
Mar 2017 • Family
The temple is very very tiny located in small area but get a very important role because it was established by king Rama IV of king Mongkut hence, it is the royal monastery and it’s manifest the highly quality of Royal Thai artist of the court of king Rama IV. The main hall’s wall is covered by blue marble and the gable golden roof is really majestic architect. Inside the main hall placed the golden small sacred Buddha name Buddha sihang that was replica from the most sacred Buddha image called Buddha Sihing. This main sacred image is seated in the golden image house with a final pointed roof top. The must see of this Wat is mural painting depicted the royal ceremony in 12 month all around the year according to royal court. The door and window panel were the mother-of-pearl handicraft that import from Japan since 150 years ago, it look really brilliant, the pearl shining in red and green color made the fantastic feeling, I wonder how the highly antique artist object like this are kept in very good position.

Not famous, not for tourist, non entrance fee, advice for art and historical lover, you can ask for suggestion from some monk, they can roughly speak English.
Written May 12, 2017
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