Wat Suan Plu

Bangkok NightlifeWat Suan Plu was the first temple in Thailand that allowed walk through tours. In this regard it has adapted to a more modern world while showing tourists the culture and heritage of Thailand. This Buddhist temple in Thailand is surrounded by high rise buildings and hotels. The temple is use not only by local Thai’s in the area but also by schools in the area.

Wat Suan Plu

There  is a reclining Buddha image in the Viharn Phra Buddha Sayat and a standing Buddha image at the eastern doors of the Ubosot. The buildings are old a beautiful with old wooden temple buildings still decorated with beautiful wood carvings.

Wat Suan Phlu is a small temple located on Charoen Krung Road. Additionally, the attentive servers ensure that meals are served promptly. This temple serves as a quiet oasis in the midst of a busy area.

Likewise in the vicinity of Assumption Cathedral, Wat Suan Phlu offers a serene and tranquil atmosphere. Unfortunately, during my visit, the main chapel was closed, but I was able to appreciate the presence of a peaceful reclining Buddha without the usual crowds found at Wat Pho. Lastly however, I can only give it three stars as I was unable to explore the interior of the main chapel.

See also  Wat Yannawa

Situated on Charoen Krung Road. Wat Suan Phlu shares its surroundings with a nearby school. The temple boasts a well-organized car park. This and the presence of large trees provides a shady and beautiful environment, complementing the antique architecture of the buildings.

Likewise there are a number of high-end hotels in the area. Such as the Centre Point Silom as well as the Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok and the hotels on the riverside close to this temple.


Wat Suan Phlu Temple

Soi Charoen Krung 42/1, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

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See also the Suan Lhuang Market as well as the The Emerald Buddha and the Wat Yannawa. such as the Ibis Bangkok Riverside and the Pas Cher Hotel De Bangkok. The hotels are top end and there is loads of transport options such as the BTS Saphan Taksin station and the river ferry in Bangkok.
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