Constructed in the 1860's in an area that continues to have a high proportion of Indian residents to this day, this colourful temple features a tall façade of intricate, entwined Hindu deities. Located across from Silom Village, the main shrine is devoted to Shiva's consort, Shakti, her son Subramaniam and her elephant-headed son, Ganesha. There are also a few Buddha images inside, so Buddhist Thais also come here to worship. If you are on a shopping expedition around Silom, combine it with a visit here to make it a culturally enriching day as well.
- Open Hours: Saturday to Thursday from 06:00 AM to 08:00 PM, Friday from 06:00 AM to 09:00 PM