Wat Sitaram วัดสิตาราม is Bangkok and is near the last stop of the river taxi.
The 'civil temple' was formerly known as Wat Khok Mu (Pigsty Temple). It has a number of Chinese influences if you look at the style of the roof and the glazed ceramics which are scattered throughout.
It is certainly a very photogenic temple - the temple has the typical snake wrapped all around it.
The sides of the temple were well looked after.
Inside was wonderful.
Inside there are a great many Buddhist statues in a number of positions.
I could have kept taking photographs.
Protected by the usual warriors. It was really quite beautiful.
Then I left and went into the carpark - which was a wonderful surprise - there was still more sculptures.
This is certainly worth a visit.