Thailand's Temples

Known locally as "wats," these sacred places of worship are deeply ingrained in Thai life and offer a captivating blend of spirituality, history, and artistry.
Each wat is unique, featuring ornate and colorful facades adorned with intricate carvings, shimmering gold leaf, and elaborate details that narrate the stories of Buddhism and Thailand's multicultural past.

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Rattanakosin

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Thonburi

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Thonburi

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Khlong San

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Chinatown

Region: Central 

Province: Bangkok

District: Bangkok Yai

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Phra Nakhon

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Ban Bat

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Talat Noi

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

Region: Phra Nakhon

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Phasi Charoen

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Dusit

Region: North

Province: Phetchabun

District: Khao Kho

Region: North

Province: Phayao

District: Mueang Phayao

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Chinatown

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Talat Noi

Region: Central

Province: Samut Prakan

District: Samut Prakan

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: On Nut

Region: Central

Province: Samut Prakan

District: Bang Phli

Region: West

Province: Tak

District: Mae Sot

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Phra Nakhon

Region: Central

Province: Bangkok

District: Phra Nakhon

Region: Northeast 

Province: Loei

District: Erawan

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