Gone meritnation at Thai-Chinese temples in BKK

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By; Nulacha Sutthinonthagul

 

Since the past of Thailand and the Chinese were blends culture and relationship with each other perfectly. There are many temples for Thai - Chinese people who lives in Thailand that is available for a blessing to make merit to get good fortune and do exorcise in Thailand. Beliefs are the one thing that shape and unify people to get peace in the community. 

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

1. Mangkon Kamalawat Temple

Info: Dragon Temple, Kamlawat or Leng Nei Yi Temple is a temple under the Chinese sect in Thailand which is located at Charoen Krung road between Soi Charoen Krung 19 and 21 in Pom Prap Sattru Phai district. 

Time: Everyday 7 am - 4 pm

Locate: 423 Charoen Krung Rd, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100 Map

Facebook Link: Mangkon Kamalawat Temple

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

2. Chao Pho Suea Shrine

Info: The Chao Por Suea at the giant swing asks for cooperation which everyone must wear a face mask while entering. Before entering everyone must check the temperature and wash your hands with alcohol-gel at every time specified by the shrine. However, the staff has sprayed disinfectant and set a point to keep the distance neatly.

Time: Everyday 6 am - 5 pm

Locate: Trok, Dilok Chan Alley, Somdet Chao Phraya, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600 Map

Facebook Link: Chao Pho Suea Shrine

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

3. Guan Yu Shrine

Info: Guan yu shrine is a long-standing shrine that has been located in Yaowarat town in the community for a long time. Currently located at Yaowarat Old Market, beginning in 1917. Which is created with a donation to the committee and those who have faith.

Time: Everyday 7 am - 5.30 pm

Locate: 189, 385 Soi Yaowarat 11, Chakkrawat, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100 Map

Facebook Link: Guan Yu Shrine

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

4. Leng Buai Eie Shrine

Info: Leng Buai Ia shrine is the oldest shrine in Thailand. This Leng Buai Eie shrine has located in the old market in Chinatown area which name Yaowarat Market for a long time. Leng Buai Eie name derived from the name of the god Leng Buai Eie Who is the president of the shrine and is the center of the hearts of the people in this community as well.

Time: Everyday 7 am - 5 pm

Locate: 34 Plaeng Nam Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100 Map

Facebook Link: Leng Buai Eie Shrine

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

5. Guanyin Shrine (Thian Fha Foundation)

Info: Thian Fah foundation shrine that enshrines the Guanyin that They respect the faith very much.

Time: 24 hrs

Locate: Samphanthawong, Bangkok, 10100 Map

 

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

6. Thippayawari Temple

Info: Thippayawari temple is a Mahayana Buddhist temple under the Chinese sect. There is a history of building temples around the year 2319 during the Thonburi period in the reign of King Taksin the Great. The age of the temple being built until about 238 years.

Time: Everyday 8 am - 5 pm

Locate: 119 Thip Wari Alley, Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Map

Facebook Link: Thippayawari Temple

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

7. Tai Hong Kong Shrine

Info: Tai Hong Kong Shrine asks for cooperation from those who have faith. No lighting incense, candles, to reduce the amount of small dust PM2.5.

Time: Everyday 7 am - 6 pm

Locate: 326 Phlap Phla Chai Rd, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100 Map

Facebook Link: Tai Hong Kong Shrine

 

The list of Thai-Chinese temples culture in Bangkok

 

Credit Info : Iamchinatownbkk, Thai-Chinese community, Believers, Allgoodindeeds

 
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