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A little slice of calm in the center of town, this Hindu shrine is situated on a busy junction. Always teeming with worshippers, it’s a photogenic spot where incense constantly burns and traditional Thai dancers in full costume are often found.
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This time I came to worship the Four-Faced Buddha, mainly for the purpose of fulfilling my wish. Dancers can be asked to dance to make a wish. Write your name on the paper to the staff, then choose the number of dancers needed, the number...More
This place is easily accessible and is in walking distance of Siam Square area and Central World. Even if you are not a Buddhist, you can see have a look see of this famous 4 face Buddha and take a few photos.
A famous place to worship Hindu lord Brahma.. As the place was build to eliminate the bad karma which was caused when the foundation of a hotel was laid on a wrong date.. The place will give you peace once you get there.. There is...More
This is my fifth time to this amazing shrine, which is full of tourists and worshippers alike. Follow the process and make your offerings to the gods, but make sure that you keep your promise if what you wish for is realised, as Karma can...More
Erawan shrine is an iconic shrine and landmark in bangkok. Located near chit lom/ siam station, one can easily arrive at the destination via BTS.
Now the shrine do not allow the burning of joss sticks and candles however devotees can still pray with them...More
This is a small iconic four faced Brahma shrine located in the corner next to the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel. Regular traditional dance performances here also draw in the crowds. Vendors selling flower garlands, incense and candles for offerings line the walkway of the shrine....More