The Valakang Temple is famous for making amulets to protect the followers'wealth, career and good luck. When you come to this temple, please remember to buy some bread to feed the fish and pigeons. The famous monk Luan Pande was a teacher of King Rama IV and King Rama V.
Beautiful temples. Famous for its many bells around the temples. There's a saying that if you ring every bell there, you will be very lucky. You can also free the animals, usually fishes and birds, at the Chao Praya riverside for extra luck. Downside is the lack of parking spaces. If you want to take a car, just beware that it might be scratched due to narrow roads. Recommend coming here by taxi.
Wat Rakang is not so famous but locals like to pray the Buddha to protect them from illness, evil and kept them peace, happy and prosperous forever.
This isn't the best temple you will visit in Bangkok, but it stands out for a couple of reasons, its proximity to the river and the giant bells on display (Rakang in Thai is bell). It is also one of the more ancient temples in Bangkok, dating from the Ayuthaya period. The temple used to be the residence of the Supreme Patriarch to King Rama IV, and thus was bestowed royal status.
This is a very legendary temple, located on the banks of the Mekong River, you can see it.
A very good temple with local characteristics is also a special praise of one of the temples that the local people believe in very much.
The Valakan Temple is very holy in the area. People often come to visit it. The devout people are sincere.