The spires of Loha Prasat is one of the most unique temple configurations in Bangkok, situated on the Ratchadamnoen main street of Bangkok in Thailand, just within the northeast doorway to the old city area. Locally Loha Prasat is called the “metal castle” of Bangkok appearing almost in Burmese design. Actually it is the copy of Srilankan Buddhist structures was begun in the premature 19th Century by Rama-3 which almost unknown today. The prasat is similar to five concentric rectangle towers, each sequentially taller than the other. The external, center and middle towers are ceiling with cast iron spires which provides the shrine its name and fame. On the walkway other two interstitial capped towers are wrinkled with the temples which increases the beauty of it’s surrounding. At the floor level the thick late rite columns supporting the summit form an about maze-like anthology of corridors.
The stairs constructing as a self-supporting metal middle column with thick timber treads on cantilevered off it. You can climb all five stories straight away or get down at any height to explore. The other major attraction of Wat Ratchanadda is the lucky charm market extending at the back of the temple away from the Loha Prasat. The market is extremely fashionable and one of the more luxurious places to purchase an amulet. The market is also one of the most excellent places to distinguish phallic charms in all their varieties, containing a few shops which carry these phallic fashioned pieces of wood thought to aid accumulate prosperity. There is a lot of area to see around the temple which make your journey more delightful.