Wat Soi Thong

Bangkok, Thailand

Wat Soi Thong

Wat Soi Thong (Thai: วัดสร้อยทอง) is a third-classed royal Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The monastery located by Chao Phraya River near Rama VI Bridge, Rama VII Bridge and Yothinburana School. It was built around 1851, assuming that built by the descendants of Chao Phraya Si Phiphat (Phae Bunnag) during King Rama VI's reign.

The principal Buddha image named Luang Pho Luea (หลวงพ่อเหลือ) is cast-brass made of left-over materials from the other Buddha images cast in 1902 with the cooperation of one millionaire and the local people.

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