U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple

Buddhist Temples U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple was original names Chùa Khánh Vân in Vietnamese, pronounced in Thai as “Kan Yoeng Toe”. As one of the first Vietnamese temples in Siam (Thailand), the temple was build by Vietnamese immigrants in the late of 18th century, during the early stage of the Chakri Dynasty.

By this time King Rama the First had granted property to the Vietnamese community to settle down, thus facilitating the consstruction of the first Vietnamese temples in Bangkok.

U Phai Rat Bamrung Temple

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Other Names: Chùa Khánh Vân
Address: 28 Charoen Krung Rd Khwaeng Talat Noi, Khet Samphanthawong Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100