Temples of Thailand - a photographic journey
Bangkok Area Provinces: Central North North-East West South East
Wat Kham Ko
This temple is opposite of Wat Phra Non and was built in 1890. Leading to the sala is a roofed passage, that passes a white and gold colored chedi. The inside of the sala was a beautiful mix of Buddha images, both Thai and Burmese, richly decorated thammats (seats used for reading the scriptures), Chinese porcelain and elaborately decorated book cases, all in a very dim light. A beautiful atmosphere!
Wat Kham Ko is the 400th temple we featured on chimburi.com!