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Oct 19, 2013 · *Update: Chao Mae Tuptim Shrine Moves Location The Swissotel Nai Lert Hotel in Bangkok closed its doors at the end of 2016/early 2017. The land on which the hotel stood was sold to the Bangkok Hospital Group and the Chao Mae Tuptim shrine was moved to a nearby location. penis shrine at nai lert heritage park in bangkok is a big disappointment as it has been relocated from its original location next to the klong since swisshotel nai lert park is closed for massive renovation.Author: Kee Hua Chee.

Jul 23, 2019 · Tubtim Shrine Shrine of Goddess Tubtim (also called Penis Shrine) in Bangkok, Thailand is a bizarre place of worship for believers who pay regards the goddess Chao Mae Tuptim or Tubtim. Been there 10 years ago at the original location behind Nai Lert Park Hotel and it was really an interesting sight with hundreds or maybe even thousands of 3.5/5(54). Offer up a penis to the shrine, and you too can witness the miracle of conception. Apparently, the Nai Lert Park Hotel has been dismayed about having the shrine on their doorstep and having tourists trooping through their hotel to get to it. So they have tried to stop access to the shrine, by dissuading tourists from walking through the hotel.

Nov 01, 2008 · The Penis Shrine, otherwise known by its real name the Chao Mae Tuptim Shrine, is hidden away in Nai Lert Park next to the hotel of the same name, the Nai Lert Park Hotel (used to be the Hilton Hotel). The shrine was originally dedicated to Chao Tuptim, a female animist spirit who people believe has been residing in the banyan tree next to the shrine for hundreds of years.Views: 228K. Tuptim Penis Shrine is somewhere that I first found out about from reading Bizarre Thailand by Jim Algie. The original shrine was next to the khlong which runs alongside the Nai Lert Park Heritage Home. "The Chao Mae Tuptim shrine was created in the first quarter of the 20th century by Thai businessman Nai Lert (1872-1945), who found a spirit.