Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram - Bangkok
Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram is geographically located at latitude 13° 45' 8" North of the Equator and longitude 100° 30' 1" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of Thailand. King Rama 1 wished his new city to be as pure as the city of the great Hindu god Brahma. So after consulting with a Brahmin priest, he built the Bot Phram, or Brahmin Chapels. These three holy halls were completed in 1784 making them the oldest buildings in the center of the old city. It is by Dinso Road, near Bamrungmueang Road, near Ti Thong Road, near Mahannop Road, near Siripong Road. The following locations related to it are represented by the shortest path a radio wave would travel and may not be nearest by road.
Thepnimit Hotel is about 0.1km, Run Rom Hotel is about 0.2km, Siripong Hotel is about 0.3km, Srikungtap Hotel is about 0.3km, Sirimit Hotel is about 0.3km. These are places to stay (hotel, service apartment, inn) located near Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram.
Sahm Yawt Market is about 0.6km, Saphan Lek Square is about 0.8km, Klongthom Center is about 1km, Saphanhan Market is about 1km, Pahurat Indian Market is about 1.1km. These are places to shop (shopping mall, shop houses) located near Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram.
National Museum is about 1.2km, Parusakkawan Palace is about 1.9km, Royal Barge Museum is about 2.1km, Statue of King Chulalongkorn is about 2.2km, Old Big Gun Museum is about 2.3km. These are places of interest (attraction) located near Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram.
Benchama Racharai School is about 0.2km, Thewet Witthaya is about 0.3km, Maharn School is about 0.3km, Pharata College is about 0.3km, Ratbophit School is about 0.3km. These are places of learning (school, college, university) located near Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram.
Kor-Tor-Mor Square is about 0.1km, Rommaneenard Park is about 0.5km, Suan Romaninaht Park is about 0.5km, Sanam Luang is about 0.9km, Suan Amporn Park is about 2.2km. These are parks, playgrounds, open fields or commons located near Brahmin Chapels - Bot Phram.