Located in Song Wat Road, in Chinatown, Bangkok.
Located in Phat Sai Road, in Bangkok’s Chinatown.
Located in Rama IV Road, no far away from Hua Lamphong Bangkok’s main Railway Station.
Is a temple in the Brahman religion. Dating from the 16th Buddhist century, it is built of laterite slabs laid … Read More
Leng Buai la Shrine was originally an ancient Tae Chew Shrine. Chinese businessmen in this area came to this place … Read More
The Thian Fa Foundation was established 1902 by the co-operation of Chinese immigrants of five dialects. It is the first … Read More
Established by Mr. Tae Tiang or Yi Ko Hong who was the head responsible for the lottery and was later … Read More
Rong Kuak Shrine is located in the banks of Chao Phraya River close to Chinatown.
Located opposite Sphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station, close to Chao Phraya River in Bang Rak, Bangkok.
Inside the Foundation it is located the Da Feng Zu Shrine, popular to Thai-Chinese citizens that coming over to worship … Read More
One of the oldest Chinese shrines in Bangkok, founded 200 years ago close to the river, most impresive at Vegetarian … Read More
Li Thi Miew Shrine is a Taoist temple with classic Chinese architecture, dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy … Read More
Follow the legend about Spirit Pomegranate residing tell that. Spirit Pomegranate residing is your governor of a province daughter in … Read More
The Canton Shrine was founded by a group of Chinese Immigrant from Canton to Bangkok in the reign of King … Read More
Located in the front of Isetan Shopping Mall (CentralWorld) in the heart of Bangkok.