Wat Chai Chana Songkhram, Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Chai Chana Songkhram, Bangkok

Wat Chai Chana Songkhram, or written as Wat Chaichana Songkhram (Thai: วัดชัยชนะสงคราม) is a Thai Buddhist temple located in the area of Khlong Thom not far from Chinatown, or popularly known as Yaowarat.

It is regarded as the third class of the royal temple, that was built during King Nangklao (Rama III)'s reign in 1848. The chief commander Chao Phraya Bodindecha had a great faith in Buddhism. After coming back with the victory from the war with Khmer and Annamese, he donated his house to build this temple. He named this temple Wat Chai Chana Songkhram, which means literally "war victory temple".



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