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Wat Thai of Los Angeles

8225 Coldwater Canyon Ave, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA 91605-1131
+1 818-780-4200
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I felt like I was back in Thailand as soon as I arrived. Make sure you cover your arms and legs if... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2018
Kora P
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Cultural Experience

This Thai temple (Wat) is located in North Hollywood, CA (off of the 170 FWY). The Wat is always... read more

Reviewed 29 January 2018
Suwanna C
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8225 Coldwater Canyon Ave, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA 91605-1131
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Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

I felt like I was back in Thailand as soon as I arrived. Make sure you cover your arms and legs if going into the Buddhist temple to worship and be blessed by monks. They don’t ask for money but gladly accept offerings to their...More

Thank Kora P
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Reviewed 29 January 2018

This Thai temple (Wat) is located in North Hollywood, CA (off of the 170 FWY). The Wat is always open to the public, but can get pretty busy during specific cultural events, as it also serves as an unofficial gathering place for the local Thai...More

Thank Suwanna C
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

This is actually a complex of buildings; in addition to the temple itself there are several small buildings which I believe are shrines, with statues of Buddha in them. Gold paint or gold leaf is widely used on all of them. All are quite beautiful,...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

My friend recommended to visit the food court of the temple. Food court on weekends has a variety of booths serving Thai food. Many of the items are not common at restaurants, so they can be a special treat. On a hot summer day, it...More

1  Thank Cma P
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Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

This Thai temple will make you feel what it's like being in a temple in Thailand for those who are planning to travel to Far East. Not only it's a temple, there are food stalls on the weekend - very inexpensive with no sales tax....More

Thank lexter266
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

This is our first time to visit Thai temple. What a great expereince. Interesting architecture. I took lots of pictures here.

1  Thank TommyT15
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Reviewed 10 July 2015

I'm not Thai but have been to Thailand a couple of times and I feel in Thailand when I visit this colorful temple. It is authentic Thai. Visitors should respect the main Buddhist traditions: shoes off, no expressions of affection in the temple - definitely...More

3  Thank figgie32313
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Reviewed 30 March 2015

My wife and I enjoyed visiting this temple and relaxing a bit from our otherwise hectic day in LA. The temple looks like some temples in Thailand, it has the statues and other figures to show the Buddhist culture and lifestyle. It looks like a...More

2  Thank HarveyMarshall
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Reviewed 6 May 2014

First things to say, I am neither Thai nor a Buddhist. This beautiful example of a reasonably sized Thai temple (wat) is on a busy road in the Fernando Valley. There's the usual large temple up some stairs, or ramps. There are also several smaller...More

8  Thank stevetupper
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Reviewed 17 December 2012 via mobile

This place has a mystical vibe and peaceful energy about it that is very similar toThailand and I recommend everybody to visit the location. They serve food on the weekends that is pretty cheap but a little greasy but very tasty. It is strictly there...More

9  Thank davenorwoods
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