Bangkok is known for many Buddhist temples, and also for a wide variety of Hindu shrines. Erawan Shrine is also such a shrine worshipped by thousands of people throughout the year.
Than Tao Mahaprom – the Brahma God
At this shrine, you see a golden sculpture of a 4-faced Brahma God- Than Tao Mahaprom. He is a Brahma God who is known for his sympathy and kindness.
Worshipping the God
Thais believe in Brahman concepts, thanks to the influences of Buddhism which is the main religion in the country. Erawan shrine has today become a place that grants the wishes of the worshippers, which is why locals and foreigners visit it regularly with a lot of devotion.
Don’t forget to donate
The shrine accepts cash donations. These donations then go to charitable institutions and hospitals in Thailand.
Visiting the shrine
During your stay at a hotel in Bangkok Sathorn the likes of Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, don’t forget to cover this significant attraction too, with the set of all other temples. You’ll be luckier if you get the chance to catch a classical dance show or a lion dance during the time of your visit.