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If you are into Buddhist artifacts this is the place, monks ,collectors all looking for old pieces of icons, coins, statues etc.Can get there by boat or taxi, close to Royal palace, worth a visit, lots of cafe and restaurants
Was interesting to walk around, but nothing for us - only amulets, symbols, sculptures and more was sold and it was really a narrow one-way street. Good to experience it once, but not worth a second visit.
It was really interesting to see the amulets and the people who purchased them! It’s directly outside a temple so it’s easy to dip over after admiring the fortress.
I enjoyed the little walk through! Not a place for purchases by tourists. Just to see.
We wandered into the fascinating Tha Parachan Market serendipitously when we got off from Tha Maharaj Pier. At first we thought they were selling old coins and antique trinkets on tiny little tables. Then a man told us that these were actually religious charms and...More
Many tourists wonder what the 'amulets' are about. They are a combination of superstitious beliefs mixed up with Buddhist and Hindu culture. The amulets depict mythological creatures or famous historical figures who supposed to have superpowers or performed miracles. The wearer of the amulet is...More