The largest number of temples in Thailand is temples, with a variety of temples. Located on the banks of the Mekonan River in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, the Dragon Boat Temple looks like a boat. It is named Dragon Boat Temple. The temple is very small and it is soon finished.
Nice Temple Wat Yannawa is a temple located along the Chao Phraya River. It"s also located about 5 minutes from the Saphan Taksin BTS station. It"s free to go in. What"s unique about this temple is that there is a boat located inside the complex. The complex is very beautiful and very peaceful. You are free to walk around the entire complex. If you go through the back, you can see the Chao Phraya River. There is a shop along the pier where you can purchase bread and fish food for 20 thb and feed the fish. Beware of all the pigeons that are by the pier. They will fly close to you looking for food. If you"re looking to do merit or just looking to explore some temples, I would highly recommended checking the Wat Yannawa.
The most special part of the temple is that when you enter the gate, you can see the dragon boat that you pointed out the ancient shape. But this boat is not made of wood, but made of cement. It can enter the hull at the stern of the boat. In fact, it is a place of worship for Buddha.
Dragon Boat Temple is located in the center of Bangkok, near Shangri-La. It can be found according to Google Map. It is a boat with a special shape. In front of it is the statue of King Thailand III. It is said that his team has made great contributions to the Thai economy.
Dragon Boat Temple is near Shangri-La. It's right to follow my Google Map. Here's the contribution of Emperor III who revived the collapsed Thai economy. It looks like a boat. There are many Buddha statues in two places beside it that can be visited free of charge.
There is a very special temple in Bangkok. Its shape is like a boat, in front of which there is a self-esteem image, in which one of the Thai kings contributes to the Thai economy, beside which there are some private temples, which have many statues of Bodhisattva.
very peaceful, the temple beside the river there are tons of fish waiting for people to feed. They have fish food selling around there.
When you're looking to get away from the crowded downtown Wats, this one is a unique one to check out. It has many Chinese influences integrated with the Thai culture. There is a monistary on sight so be courteous to the monks. It's right on the Chao Praya River next to both the BTS and the Ferry Stop. super convenient place to swing by before taking the ferry tour!