Wat Trimitr – The Gold Buddha
Wat Trimitr is the temple which The Gold Buddha now calls home. We originally published a shorter article about Wat Trimitr, but we have now released a more informative article covering more of the story behind this Buddha image. To read the new article, simply click on Gold Buddha.
History of The Temple of the Reclining Buddha
Known to the Thai’s as Wat Pho, this article is talking more about the history of the temple. This is the temple where the famous Temple Rubbings were originally created. To read the history of the temple, click on Wat Pho and you’ll see the entire article.
Wat Chana Songkhram
This is a lesser visited temple in Bangkok, but if you have some free time you may want to have a look! The full article is at Wat Chana Songkhram.
Wat Sri Maha Uma Devi
Also known as Wat Khaek Silom, this can be an interesting stop if you find yourself on Silom Road. Checkout the full article at Wat Khaek Silom.
The City Pillar Shrine
We’ve added an article on The City Pillar Shrine. If you’re around The Temple of the Emerald Buddha you can easily stop by for a look at this one. The full article is at The City Pillar Shrine.
Wat Rakhang Khositaram
Also known as The Temple of the Bells, this can be another great place tocheck out if you have some free time during your stay in Bangkok. To read more,click Wat Rakhang Khositaram.
Wat Phra Si Mahathat
This is another of the fine temples that can be found in Bangkok. To read the full article, click on Wat Phra Si Mahathat.
This may be a lesser know Wat/temple in Bangkok,but if you find yourself with some extra time, why not have a visit? You can find the whole article at Wat Bowonniwetwihan.
Brahma – Erawan Shrine
The Erawan Shrine may be small and occupy a small corner of a traffic intersection, but it is well worth a visit where you can see MANY loyal Thai’s paying their respect. Read the whole article at Braham Erawan Shrine.
Wat Phra Kaeo Article
We’ve posted an article on Wat Phra Kaeo, most commonly known as The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. This is probably the best known and certainly the most visited temple in all of Thailand.
To read this article, click Emerald Buddha.