We went to Wat Rakang on Songkran Day. The temple was busy. The temple is riverside and beautiful. The interior of main hall was beautiful.
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This wat is a working temple. It was on the way to the Temple of Dawn so I had my driver stop in to see it!!! Lots of activity!!!!!! It was fun just to watch everyone. There are several beautiful places to worship Buddha and...More
Rich in history and one of Thailand famous monk practice Buddhism at this very temple. Most of the worshipers are Thai. Good place to worship Buddhism.
Wat Rakang Kositaram located in the Bangkok Noi district in Bangkok city beside the Chaophraya River, it's a favorite one temple on this side, long history about the famous monk "Somdet Tho" who is teacher's King Rama 4 and King Rama 5, there you get...More
this temple was once the place where the famous monk luang por dto stayed. he was the teacher of king rama 4 and king rama 5. it is said that through he great wisdom he could help the kings avoiding thailand to become colonized, where...More
This beautiful temple is situated along the Chao Phaya river and is walking distance from the Grand Palace. A good cultural and architectural example of Bangkok heritage. Calm and quiet and not too many tourists.
I took a river tour and stopped at this temple for a bit and was pleasantly surprised. The architecture style is what I have seen in a few other temples in Bangkok, yet still unique. The temple is a series of buildings, sort of like...More