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Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple, Bangkok

One of only two Hindu temples in Bangkok, the Sri Mariamman Temple is actually a great experience.

One of only two Hindu temples in Bangkok, the Sri Mariamman Temple is actually a great experience. It was created in the 1860s by Tamil immigrants, and as with any temple found in India, it is unique, very colourful and ornately detailed. It generally is a busy temple with a constant stream of worshippers lighting incense sticks and plenty of ceremonies going on. Besides Indians, there are also Thai visitors as Buddha images stand side by side Hindu deities inside the temple.


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6:00

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6:00

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6:00

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Wed

6:00

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Thu

6:00

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6:00

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6:00

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About Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple

 2 Pan Rd

 +66 2 238-4007

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