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Wat That Thong

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Wat That Thong

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1325 Sukhumvit Road Phra Khanong Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok Thailand
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EkkamaiBTS Skytrain2 min
Thong LoBTS Skytrain11 min
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BangkokSachse wrote a review Jan 2021
Bangkok, Thailand38,113 contributions450 helpful votes
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We have been at Wat That Thong for funerals many times. The temple is near Ekamai BTS Station. There are many funeral rooms at the temple. Sometimes it is difficult to find parking. The main hall is nice. The area is clean. There is the Gateway Hall across the street.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Luzius01 wrote a review Dec 2017
Bangkok, Thailand154 contributions85 helpful votes
This temple is well know amongst the Thai people for funeral purpose, but also for paying respect and wishing good luck for anniversaries or other occasions. Peaceful during the day time and busy in the evening.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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MilanRegmi wrote a review Nov 2017
Bangkok, Thailand90 contributions10 helpful votes
This temple is situated at Ekkamai and is easily accessible by bts. Funerals are organized in this temple. I was here recently to attend a funeral. Nothing much to rate for .
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Date of experience: November 2017
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BangkokSachse wrote a review Oct 2017
Bangkok, Thailand38,113 contributions450 helpful votes
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Wat That Thong is well organized for funerals. It is near Ekkamai BTS station. It is also near the Gateway mall. It is peaceful during the day time. It is busy in the evening. We went the temple for the late King Bhumibol’s ceremony on October 26, 2017.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Capt_Bhavika wrote a review Jul 2017
Mumbai, India546 contributions415 helpful votes
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Beutiful temple of Buddha, with mirror mosaic tiles exterior, designer glass windows, beautiful thai architecture and windchimes. The crematorium is just beside! Even the deady body burning furnaces are enclosed in very beautiful structure. Just outside ekamai sky train station on sukhumvit road.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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