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Endow yourself with prosperity and blessings by visiting these sacred temples & shrines for prayers in Thailand.

When it comes to worship and seeking divine endowment, the first country that comes to mind of many Malaysians will definitely be Thailand. Thousands of people from various demographics flock in droves every year to visit one of the 40,000 temples and shrines that sprawled across the Kingdom, as they seek for the blessings that bestows.

The followings are some of the most frequented and sought-after places of worship in Thailand.

With over 40,000 temples in all of Thailand, the list of temples you should visit can go on and on, with each temple having its own unique attribute in terms of blessings, endowment and enlightenments. The aforementioned is the editor’s special list of must visit temples in Thailand. Bangkok should definitely be the first destination to visit once the Covid-19 pandemic issue subsides!

Should you wish to book a package tour to Thailand and visit any of these temples, don’t hesitate to consult a reputable travel agent at Travel Forte Sdn. Bhd.

The contact person is Daniel Leow, and he is reachable via mobile (+6012-2731 625) or email (danielleow@travelforte.com.my)

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1. Erawan Shrine Lim Ko Niao Goddess Wat Na Thawi
Wat Chao Fah Salaloy Wat Chedi Ai Khai (Egg Boy) 8. Wat That Noi, Chang Klang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat
1. Erawan Shrine 2. Lim Ko Niao Goddess
(Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao)
3. Wat Pha Kho 4. Wat Na Thawi 5. Wat Sothon 6. Wat Chao Fah Salaloy 7. Wat Chedi Ai Khai (Egg Boy) 8. Wat That Noi, Chang Klang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat
1. Erawan Shrine
Erawan Shrine

We start off with what is said to be the most prosperous shrine in Thailand. The Erawan Shrine in Bangkok is well renowned to be a place of worship that answers to almost any requests made by its worshippers. The Shrine’s tenacity to respond to requests had endeared even locals from all over Thailand to visit and pray.

Situated in the heart of Bangkok, the Erawan Shrine is deeply embedded in a bustling city center. It is also often regarded as tourist hot spot as foreigners will often pay their visits when they make their way around the Erawan Shrine. This place is definitely not one to be missed.

To get to the Erawan Shrine, you will need to take the BTS to Chit Lom (E1) station, and head straight for Exit 2. Once leaving the station, you can make your way there on foot as the Shrine is only a 10 minutes walking distance away.




The next two shrines are both situated within Bangkok and in close proximity to each other.

Known as the Elephant God in Bangkok, Ganesha is worshipped as the God of wisdom and success to the locals. Many people have frequented this shrine as they believe that Ganesha can grant its worshippers success or help them get out of a bind. It goes without saying that the Elephant God has been favourite among businessmen and entrepreneurs alike to frequent as they pray for their financial success and wellbeing.




Should you wish to pray for your marriage and relationship instead of financial success, simply head on over to Trimurti shrine, as it is often considered to be the most well-known shrine of love in Thailand. This place often attracts worshippers who are seeking love or a relationship.

It is believed that the God of Love likes red roses, and worshippers will enshrine Trimurti with red ornaments, candles or fluids. While it is often the case to bring blessings to places of worship, people who visit Trimurti bring their red offerings as a sign of respect.

Location :

Both of Ganesha and Trimurti shrines are located in front of Central World, Bangkok. As with the Erawan Shrine, you can take the BTS to Chit Lom (E1) station and head straight to Exit 2 and you will reach your destination.


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