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lmjazzman

5/5
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Four-sided Buddhas can be worshipped everywhere in Thailand, but the most famous four-sided Buddha is not in any temple, but downstairs at the Grand Hyatt Hotel at the intersection of Benji Road in the city center. The name of Buddha is "Request, Response", which has different meanings on four sides. The first side is to seek business (kindness) and the second side is to pray for love. The BRT we traveled on only takes two stops to reach Simian Buddha, which is surrounded by the busiest commercial district in Bangkok. There are many vendors selling bouquets of incense candles near the Four-Faced Buddha. They can ignore them and go to the Four-Faced Buddha to buy cheaper bouquets and incense candles.

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