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Built in the early 19th century to house the large 25-foot-tall Phra Sri Sakyamuni Buddha statue, this temple features the huge red frame of a giant swing once used in annual ceremonies to celebrate and thank Shiva.
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Is the only temple in Bangkok from where the monks of the temple don't exercise the every morning barefoot walk for alms, instead the buddhist laypersons have to come with their alms to the Temple itself.
Visited Wat Suthat yesterday and paid the 100 baht entrance fee only to find that a lot of it was covered up by renovation work. This was not clear when we paid the entry or we might not have bothered.
The temple is nice but...More
Very sacred temple for those seeking a tranquil and peaceful place to pay respects to the enlighten Lord Buddha. Temple is very well maintained, clean and neat. A great temple for people from all walks of life to worship the Enlighten Lord Buddha.
This temple is really special place to visit. A very powerful space captivated by such lovely marble square and truly magnificent temple. Don’t be put off by the renovations in away it’s good to see workmen close at hand working on this treasure. In my...More
It was undergoing renovation when I visit Wat Suthat. Tranquil and serene. Not many visitors as I went on a weekday. There aren’t many helpful information around although we did managed to bump into a very helpful monk who inform us to go to another...More
The temple was nice although cannot compete with Wat Pho. But people were quite unpleasant and...my shoes were stolen at the entrance. Some weird people keep watching which shoes they can get once you are not around. And nobody seems to care. Very nice to...More