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This is one of the Royal temples which is strongly revered by Thais of Chinese descent. Easily accessible via a public ferry service (6B )from Pak Klong Talad (flower market ) directly across the Chao Phraya river. A massive renovation program has been substantially completed....More
Situated next to GudeeJeen (an old Chinese town) area. The land was donated to King Rama 3rd around 1825 (about 200 years ago) by a wealthy Chinese merchant whom later became a good friend to the king, thus, Kalayanamit (the true friend). In the front...More
Wat Kalayanamit Worahamawiharn is located on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya river. A nobleman called Chao Phraya Nikorn Bodin donated his house to King Rama III to build a temple in 1825. The temples holds the largest sitting Buddha of Thailand called Luang...More
Bangkok was also a feast for the eyes. Did you know it has over 9 million inhabitants? An extremely religious city, we travelled around visiting ancient temples and palaces, and made sure we went to Wat Kalayanamit (Thailand’s largest indoor sitting Buddha at 15 metres/49...More
Visited this beautiful Wat with Mr. Swai from Explorenique. Located on the Thonburi bank of the Chao Phraya River, it is off the beaten path with mostly locals praying. It was so nice to see a Wat not mobbed with tourists to get an authentic...More
We stopped at this Wat as part of our Co Van Kessel Bike Tour and it was one of the highlights of the tour.
This Wat isn't as touristy as some of the others in Bangkok. The only people in the Wat were worshipers, no...More
The temple was built by Rama III in the first half of the nineteenth century and is located near Wat Arun at the opposite of the river. We came along this temple on our cycling trip organized by Co van Kessel. There were no other...More
Visited this Buddhist temple while exploring the ‘other’ side of the Chao Phraya River. There is a water taxi stop very close to this temple. Much of the complex is currently undergoing a large scale renovation but this does not interfere with the overall tranquility...More