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5 Shrines to Visit in Thailand for Good Fortune in 2023

5 Shrines to Visit in Thailand for Good Fortune in 2023
Muzika
21 มกราคม 2566 ( 15:40 )
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     According to the Chinese Zodiac Calendar, 2023 is the year of the rabbit. Many people are aware that this is their unlucky year but are unsure how to deal with it. Let us eliminate bad luck and increase auspiciousness throughout the year by visiting these 5 shrines in Thailand.

 

 

5 Shrines to Visit in Thailand for Good Fortune in 2023

 

1. Wat Mangkon Kamalawat (Wat Leng Noei Yi)
วัดมังกรกมลาวาส หรือ วัดเล่งเน่ยยี่

 

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     Wat Mangkon Kamalawat is a temple associated with the Thai Chinese Clergy. It was established in 1871. It is distinguished by Theo Chiu's southern Chinese style, with the plan laid out in the style of a royal temple, namely, the first temple of Tao Chatulokbal, with the temple in the center. The Temple of the Gods is located behind the temple and features beautiful art. The worship of the Holy One, which is popular with many people in order to solve the year of the chong (bad luck), is the temple's key characteristic. Inside the temple is the enshrinement of the temple's presidency, along with 18 other Arhats.

 

 

2. Wat Boromracha Kanchanaphisek (Wat Leng Noei Yi 2)
วัดบรมราชากาญจนาภิเษกอนุสรณ์ หรือวัดเล่งเน่ยยี่ 2

 

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     Wat Boromracha Kanchanaphisek is one of the temples of the Chinese Clergy of Thailand. It was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his reign, King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great. King Rama IX was consecrated as a royal charity and established a Buddhist place for Buddhists to practice Dharma and perform rituals in Mahayana Buddhism.

 

 

3. Wat Thiphaya Waree Wihan
วัดทิพยวารีวิหาร

 

     Thipayavari Vihara Temple It was built in the Thonburi period in 1776 during the reign of King Thonburi. It was originally called Kamloyi Temple because inside the temple there is an ancient mantra pond that the locals call the Nectar Pond, and inside the pond is a natural fountain that has never dried up alongside the temple in the first place. 

 

 

4. Wat Bhoman Khunaram
วัดโพธิ์แมนคุณาราม

 

Wat Bhoman Khunaram วัดโพธิ์แมนคุณาราม

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     Wat Pho Man Khunaram is a Mahayana Buddhist temple affiliated with Thailand's Chinese Sect. It was founded in 1959 and derived from Zen teachings. The temple was built using Feng Shui principles and incorporates Buddhist, Thai, Chinese, and Tibetan arts.

 

 

5. Na Jasa Tai Chue Shrine
วิหารเทพสถิตพระกิติเฉลิม หรือ ศาลเจ้าหน่าจาซาไท้จื้อ อ่างศิลา

 

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     Chonburi's most famous shrine, built in the style of 4-story Chinese architecture in March 1991 by Master Somchai Buddhanop, sits along the seaside road from Ang Sila to Khao Sammukh. Its distinguishing feature is that it is decorated in accordance with Chinese beliefs, including 2,840 dragon statues and sacred incense pots, making it popular among those who pray for it.

 

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