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Kuan Yim Shrine – Thian Fa Foundation

Kuan Yim Shrine - Thian Fa Foundation

A Shrine to the Chinese Goddess Kuan Yim

Kuan Yin Shrine Bangkok

The Kuan Yim shrine<

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Kuan Yim Shrine in Bangkok
Kuan Yim Shrine

Kuan or Guan Yim is the Chinese goddess of mercy and the Kuan Yim image here is 900 years old. It is carved from teak in a Tang dynasty art style.

Thian Fa Foundation in Bangkok
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The walls of the Kuan Yim Shrine are painted with beautiful Chinese-style murals depicting various gods and goddesses. The Thian Fa Foundation is a charity and the buildings surrounding the shrine is a hospital. Free traditional Chinese medical care is provided to the poor and homeless.

Thian Fa Foundation Bangkok
The Kuan Yim Shrine at Chinese New Year

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Where is Kuan Yim Shrine?

Location: 600 Yaowarat Road, Chinatown, Bangkok.

District: Chinatown

Getting There: MRT Hualamphong Station (exit 1). Cross the intersection and continue walking down Tri Mit Road turning right at the Chinatown gate into Yaowarat Road. The shrine is on the left-hand side.


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