Peiyun Monastery was built during the reign of King Rama III. It has a large inverted bell-shaped pagoda and a pond in which tourists can feed turtles. It is located in the ancient Portuguese community and was the earliest residential area designated for Portuguese businessmen and government officials.
Peiyun Temple is also a local temple in Bangkok. It is open all day. Tickets are free. It is a very beautiful temple.
The white pagoda is very beautiful. The temple is beside the Mekong River. It's not too far from Zheng Wang Temple.
A very good place, can be said to be a landmark building, you can take photos.
There are too many temples in Thailand, big and small, and they show in every corner of the city.
Peiyun Temple is a good scenic spot. Can go and see
Peiyun is not far from Zhengwang Temple. The temple is not big, but it is also a bit old. But its biggest point is its white pagoda, which is somewhat like Beijing Beihai White Pagoda. Its high spire seems to show people that it is closer to the sky. Apart from the White Pagoda, the temple has no other special features. If time is not enough, it can also be ignored.
Peiyun Temple, the back door of Peiyun Temple is the river footpath, the temple gate has a white archway, the temple has a large white pagoda. The Peiyun Temple and the Jade Buddha Temple of the Great Palace are just across the Mekong River, just like the Zheng Wang Temple, on this side of the Mekong River.