A LOCAL TEMPLE IN BANGKOK

One of my favourite things about Bangkok, is how you can stumble across amazing restaurants, delicious food stalls and quiet, peaceful temples and not even realise it until you smack bang in the middle of it. Whilst visiting Wang Lang Market, We stumbled across a local temple in Bangkok; named Wat Rakang Kositaram but also known as Temple of Bells.

Check out our video of the temple to get a better look! If you like us, don’t forget to subscribe for more travel the world and living in China videos!

Need to know

Open every day, 8am – 5pm.

Free to enter.

Located in the Siriratch sub-district.

Also known at Wat Rakhang – you can find more history of the temple here. 

Yeah… there isn’t much to say about this local temple in Bangkok but we loved how quiet it was and how it was being used by the Thais in the community, so we wanted to share it with you!

Have you ever stumbled across a quite, local haven? Let us know in the comments below! Planning a trip? Check out our mini-guide and tips to save money in Thailand!

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  • Supriya (Subhasun)
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    It is great to know about the temple. It is giving so peaceful vibes. Would love to visit it. Thanks for the information.

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