In the southeastern corner of Sanam Luang, the temple worships the pillars laid down by King Rama I to mark the establishment of the new capital, Bangkok. It has a reputation for its divine power to achieve wishes. The pillar is made of Javan cinnamon and contains the constellations of Bangkok. There stands a golden "pillar of municipal administration" in the National Pillar Temple, where young women pray for many children and grandchildren.
This national pillar temple is very popular in Thailand. This temple is situated near the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. Tourists come here endlessly. Moreover, this temple can divine divination, that is, the Thai language of divination can not understand, haha.
On the way to shoot the Thai Ministry of Defense, I passed the National Pillar Temple. Although the temple is not big, its significance is still very important. The pillars in the temple represent the gods who protect Bangkok and attract many people to pray. When we arrived, the front door was locked. We entered through the side door. The security elder brother did not stop us, so it should be feasible. Next to it is the Thai Ministry of Defense. We don't want anything to happen.
This is quite a small shrine, off the main road on the way to the Royal Palace, but it’s a key sight and definitely worth stopping for a visit. It has beautiful gardens surrounding a white shrine. The shrine itself has intricate carved detail and the gardens include topiary trees and giant pots with lotus flowers. Local people come here to worship.
A small temple near the Grand Palace in Bangkok is not big, but the pillars worshipped in it are worth seeing!
A very distinctive temple, in the old city of Bangkok, near the Grand Palace, you can not miss it, the white appearance is very clean!