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Li Thi Miew Shrine, Bangkok

One of the larger and more open Chinese shrines in Bangkok, the Li Thi Miew Shrine is not a sight where you'll find many tourists.

One of the larger and more open Chinese shrines in Bangkok, the Li Thi Miew Shrine is not a sight where you'll find many tourists. This Taoist temple has a large roof housing plenty of smaller shrines. As typical in Chinese shrines, the roof features two dragons that play with a pearl. The building next to the temple features a large shrine, which just like the Thien Fa Foundation, is dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.


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About Li Thi Miew Shrine

 494 Plap Phla Chai Rd

 +66 2 221-6985

Li Thi Miew Shrine and Nearby Sights on Map

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King Rama III Memorial

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Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

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