One Day Guide To Bangkok Shrines

Bangkok is an amazing city, from the endless shopping to the local delights and food stands on every single street — there’s so much to do and see! Most importantly, Bangkok Shrines are probably one of the most visited shrines in the whole of Asia. People come just from everywhere to pray and make offerings. Especially Ratchaprasong to Siam area, Bangkok’s best-known shopping area, which houses many shopping malls, is also home to some of the city’s most revered shrines.

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There’s no particular route to take for the Bangkok shrines. The order in which you see them depends on which direction you are walking towards, or maybe what’s on your shopping list.

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Let’s delicate one day in the Thai capital, to visit the 7 famous Bangkok shrines in the Ratchaprasong – Siam area!

Bangkok Shrines (1) Erawan Shrine

Erawan Shrine

The most famous, and certainly the most respected of the Bangkok Shrines. Details of how to pray at the Erawan shrine: *IMPT* Pray Correctly & Let “Thailand Four-Faced Buddha” Help You HUAT BIG BIG in 2016

Operating Hours: Daily, 6 am to 11 pm
Where: In front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, intersection of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri Road

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Bangkok Shrines (2) Narayana Shrine

Narayana Shrine

This bird-like creature God protects land and bless local businesses. People make offerings of flowers and textiles and sweet Thai desserts to the statue.

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 Hours
Where: In front of the InterContinental Bangkok Hotel

Bangkok Shrines (3) Amarindradhiraja Shrine

Amarindradhiraja Shrine

This jade-coloured statue represents the king of the gods, and he sits resplendent with his lightning bolt. Offerings of jasmine and model elephants are offered in return for Indra’s divine protection.

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 Hours
Where: In front of Amarin Plaza

Bangkok Shrines (4) Goddess Lakshami Shrine

Goddess Lakshami Shrine

The beautiful goddess Lakshami represents wealth and fertility and her statue here in Bangkok is visited by people wanting children and fortune. Devotees bring offerings of lotus flowers, coins and sugar cane.

Operating Hours: Daily, 10 am to 8 pm
Where: 4thfloor of Gaysorn Plaza

Bangkok Shrines (5) Trimurti  Shrine

Trimurti Shrine

Being made up of Brahama, Vishnu and Siva combined, Trumurti represents union and so is the god of love for the Thai people. You often see Bangkok’s young couples coming here making offerings like red roses and red candles.

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 Hours
Where: In front of CentralWorld Shopping Complex

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Bangkok Shrines (6) Ganesh Shrine

Ganesh Shrine

God Ganesh is visited by devotees who bring huge amounts of fruit, garlands, sesame cakes and milk. He is popular with creative people seeking inspiration and those seeking protection.

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 Hours
Where: In front of CentralWorld Shopping Complex

Bangkok Shrines (7) Uma Devi Shrine

Uma Devi Shrine

Uma Devi Shrine is popular with devotees that normally make offerings of flower garlands, young coconuts and bananas. If you are seeking success in all, you can visit this shrine.

Operating Hours: Daily, 24 Hours
Where: In front of Big C Supercenter Ratchadamri.

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