Ganesha Shrine

A statue of Ganesh, the Hindu deity.

Discover divine blessings at the Ganesha Shrine, an embodiment of success, wisdom, and wealth, revered by Hindus and embraced by many in Thailand. Positioned at the Huay Kwang Intersection, this sacred shrine stands in a powerful posture, with a single tusk and four arms cradling symbols of divine significance—a gada, a cakra, a Vajra, an elephant hock, a noose, and the sweet Modaka. With mudras emanating blessings and feet resting on lotus petals, the shrine is a revered site for those in the art and entertainment field, who flock to seek Ganesha's favor. 

Renowned as Thailand's most sacred Ganesha Shrine, it beckons worshippers around the clock. While every day is an opportunity for devotion, Tuesdays and Thursdays hold special significance. For your convenience, offering sets, including marigold garlands, incense, candles, and oil, are available for rent. Immerse yourself in the spiritual aura and timeless traditions at this holy sanctuary, a testament to unwavering faith and divine connection. 

Thanon Ratchadaphisek Krung Thep Maha Nakhon Thailand

Monday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Tuesday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Wednesday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Thursday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Friday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Saturday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM

Sunday12.00 PM - 24.00 AM