This Shrine is right in a busy Bangkok city and yet so peaceful and tranquil. Devotees offer their prayers and I was immersed in the serenity.
About Erawan Shrine (Thao Mahaprom Shrine)
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I enjoy sitting here and watching all the comings and goings. This shrine is a riot of colour from all the flower donations, the smell of incense is heavy in the air, the musicians play almost continuously and if you are lucky, you may also...More
i was here every year at this time.9th November. to celebrate 4 Face Brahma Birthday. it is very crowded and ceremony start before 6 a.m. We will be blessed by the monk and we will burnt josstick and also present a dancing girls to Brahma.We...More
Be respectful of the Thai worshipers at this urban shrine which sits in the middle of this chaotic city. Stay a while and observe the peaceful nature of the locals who perform the rituals which make this place a important par5 if their lives. Easily...More
I just go there whenever I am in Bangkok to do donation and to make a serious wish. I feel like things will come true after I go there. Satisfied
Arawan Shrine is a great tourist attraction in Bangkok for Asian Buddhists. foreigners are also allowed to enter the shrine and light insence and buy flower from the ladies who sell the orange marigold and beautiful garland of purple orchid. They also have dancers where...More
Assesible via taxi, bus or train/bts. Recommend that you hop on the BTS and exit in Chidlom station. Make your way via a 5 min walk through the sky bridge. There in the Shrine you will find people from many different countries who will not...More
This is not what you would expect to find in a busy street corner opposite the Central World Shopping mall. I wish I read about it before I went as I came across it by chance. The place is full of colour, music and smell....More
I will go here to pray every time I go BKK. But alwasy a lot tourist speak loudly, taking photos. It is a religious ceremony. Please repect.