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SansaNeeya
SansaNeeya
November 24, 2019
Wat Khaek is Hindu Temple features an added 5 tiered tower with ornate and colorful carving. It's take 15 mins (1 km) from 83 Siam Fandee Suites.
Mesook
Mesook
September 27, 2019
This Hindu temple dedicated to the Goddess Mariamman was built by Tamil immigrants in the 1860s. Renowned for her power to protect against disease and death, it remains a popular place of worship for Silom's long-established Indian community. Its riotous blend of rich colours and ornate decoration…
Tarinee
Tarinee
August 10, 2019
The over-100-years Historic Hindu temple is also known as Wat Khaek or Uma Devi temple features an added 5-tiered tower with ornate, colorful carvings on Silom road. > The Hindu Goddess Mariamman or Mother Mari is God Siva’s queen. She is the goddess of mercy and elegance when she is Mother Mari’s…
Hana
Hana
November 18, 2018
Thai peopel go this temple to pray for Love. Bring the flower to visit temple and pray for your love
Nat
Nat
November 16, 2018
The infamous Hindu temple in Silom Road. A good place to check out and understand the importance of religion in Thailand.

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