Loha Prasat Temple
Loha Prasart is an exceptional temple whose design and architecture is completely different from the other temples in Thailand. It was built in 1846 during the rule of King Rama III. Its unique architecture makes the temple to really stand out. It is a 36 meters tall multi-tied building with 37 iron spires capped at its three levels. The 37 iron spires symbolize the 37 virtues to be reached for Buddhism enlightment. Loha Prasart is also famously known as the Metal Castle since initially it was roofed with a black metal roof where it got its original name. Later the building was renovated and a beautiful golden roof was plastered at the top.