Wat Ratchanatda Amulet Market
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Wat Ratchanatda Amulet Market information
This Buddhist temple dates from the mid-19th century and today is home to a well-known market selling Buddhist prá pim (magical charm amulets) in all sizes, shapes and styles. The amulets not only feature images of the Buddha, but also famous Thai monks and Indian deities. Buddha images are also for, ahm, ‘rent’.