Wat Saket is on the man-made hill "Golden Mountain" in Bangkok. Because of its high terrain, you can see the full view of Bangkok here, and the view is very good. From the foothills, climb slowly down the stairs and you will reach the top of Jinshan and find the Jinshan Temple. There is a golden Buddha in the temple, and many local people are praying. There is a large golden stupa on the top floor of the temple, and many devout believers are visiting.
In addition to the four-faced Buddha, the most frequent visit to us is the Jinshan Temple, which has become a place we will revisit every time we come to Bangkok. Because my personal experience is a special sign for the sign (predicted fortune) I am looking for here.
The reputation of Jinshan Temple in Bangkok is far less than that of the Grand Palace and the Jade Buddha Temple, but it is a pure land. There are no noisy tourists, more clean. The hall houses one of Thailand's largest bronze statues of Sakyamuni. Because the Buddha is dedicated to the relics of Sakyamuni, it is a holy place for Buddhism.
The summit can provide a bird's eye view of Bangkok, and it is also the first choice for many photographers. At the annual Lantern Festival, people come here to observe the ceremony according to custom. The stupa was beautifully decorated, and the monks were wrapped in red silk cloth on the tower and adorned with colorful light bulbs to add a solemn beauty to the stupa.
To climb to the top of the mountain, you need to climb 300 steps. The first day of the new year, there will be more people who will pray for blessings on this day. This day is especially meaningful.
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Jinshan Temple is located in the artificial hill of Bangkok, which is the “Golden Mountain”. It is a famous Buddhist temple in Thailand. Jinshan Temple is not far from the Democracy Monument. It is a mountainous road along Jinshan Mountain. You can see a small Jinshan model next to the mountain road. This is a place where many tourists take pictures. There are many small bells hanging in the middle of the sermon's stairs, and the worshippers can climb the top of the tower while ringing the clock.