Wat Patun Waranam วัดปทุมวนาราม or Wat Sapatum – located between Siam Paragon and Central World

Bangkok กรุงเทพฯ, Temple

Wat Patun Waranam or Wat Sapatum วัดปทุมวนาราม is a quiet little temple sandwiched in between Siam Paragon and Central World. I visited the temple years ago via public transport. I started the morning by arrving to Siam Square via bus no 15 (pay 7 baht) from the guesthouse. It was early and after breakfast, I went to Wat Sapathum.

Wat Patun Waranam or Wat Sapatum วัดปทุมวนาราม next to Siam Paragon

Wat Sapathum makes a peaceful place, sandwiched between Siam Paragon and Central Plaza and located in one of the busiest street in Bangkok.

Wat Patun Waranam or Wat Sapatum วัดปทุมวนาราม next to Siam Paragon

 

Wat Patun Waranam or Wat Sapatum วัดปทุมวนาราม next to Siam Paragon

Stupa located in the wat area.

Wat Patun Waranam or Wat Sapatum วัดปทุมวนาราม next to Siam Paragon

Main shrine hall of Wat Pathum Wanaram Ratcha Wora Viharn (วัดปทุมวนารามราชวรวิหาร).

Main shrine hall

I really like the shrine hall- when this photo was taken, I travelled alone. So I remember sitting here quietly for about an hour. Found peace here within the city. The rest of the day, I went for a lot of walking.

The full name of the temple is Wat Pathum Wanaram Ratcha Wora Viharn (วัดปทุมวนารามราชวรวิหาร) according to Wikipedia

 

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