Definitely off the tourist trail, this more or less deserted temple shows how local residents practise their religion. The most interesting room is the wonderfully ornamented Boonsamakan Vegetarian Hall, which is home to miniature gold characters reappearing several times in different moods and positions. Around the doorway, at the top of the stairs, you can find finely crafted ceramic figurines drawn from Chinese opera stories. Chinese opera performances are occasionally held at the other building in the temple compound.
Nearest Transit: Victory Monument BTS Station (Lines: Sukhumvit)
Wat Ga Buang Kim and Nearby Attractions on Map
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Pantip Plaza(1.5 km)
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