Invade Chinatown, go back to the old days at Yaowarat

Invade Chinatown, go back to the old days at Yaowarat lax to thailand Take us to invade Chinatown, Yaowarat area, the old area of ​​the Chinese community that has been around for hundreds of years. with the charm of ancient Chinese culture that has been handed down from generation to generation to pay homage to famous shrines and temples and important places back in the day

Dragon Temple Kamalawat or Wat Leng Noey Yi The name “Leng” means dragon, “Nei” means lotus, and “Yi” means temple. It is an important Chinese temple and is over a hundred years old. And took 8 years to build, with the southern Chinese architecture of the Chaozhou family. By laying out the plan according to the Wat Luang style, which is

There is a temple of Thao Chatulokban as the first temple. There are 4 gods called “Xi Tai Thiang Wong” meaning the gods who protect and protect the four directions.
In the middle is the Ubosot It is enshrined of the main Buddha image of the temple, “Sam Po Huc Choo”, which is the Buddha image. Amitabha Buddha Phra Phaisachaya Guru Buddha, along with “Jab Poi Lo Hang”, which are 18 other arhats
Behind the ubosot is the temple of the gods. In total, there are as many as 58 gods, most of whom go to pray for the god of fortune, Cai Sing Ye.

Wat Traimit Wittayaram Worawihan Or often called in short, Wat Traimit, formerly known as Wat Sam Chin inside is enshrined Buddha Maha Suwan statue which has beauty from pure gold It has been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest gold Buddha statue in the world. People often come to pay respects by offering jasmine garlands.

Odeon Circle Located at the intersection of Charoen Krung Road, Yaowarat Road and Thai-Chinese Friendship Road. by changing the original roundabout to be a fountain to be an arch in honor of His Majesty the King’s 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary Items of King Rama 9, built in 1999, designed by Chinese craftsmen. Notice that on the top of the arch there are 2 dragons holding up the emblem. “The Auspicious Ceremony to Commemorate His Majesty the King’s 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 5 December 1999” and pure heavy gold weighing 99 baht covered with the royal monogram of Por Por Ror.

The Thian Fah Foundation was established in 1902 by the union of Chinese people in 5 languages ​​to help poor patients to receive medical care. with both current and traditional Chinese treatments Inside, there is a Kuan Yin Shrine. Guan Yin is made of sandalwood carved according to the style of Tang Dynasty art. It is assumed that it was built during the Song Dynasty. was brought from China to be enshrined here People come here to pray for health. fend off sickness to have a strong body