Wat Thepthidaram

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Thoroughly completed in 1839 after a three-year construction during the reign of King Rama II whose aim was to tribute to his daughter, Wat Thepthidaram (means Temple of the Angel) is famous for its architecture influenced by Chinese arts, especially its ordination hall. Wat Thepthidaram was also the former residence of Sunthorn Phu, one of the greatest poets in Thai history, during his monkhood in 1840-1842, whose biography is shown at the museum located within the temple compound.

70 Mahachai Road, Samran Rat Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
11141 km from your location

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