Wat Anongkharam Worawiharn is just across the road from Princess Mother Memorial Garden on Somdej Chao Phraya Road in Khlongsan.

Most interesting thing about this Temple and its grounds are the roofs, and these are pretty much normal Buddha Temple roofs, so really not worth visiting unless you are really lacking in things to see and do.

A shop house conversion?

Nice roofs there Mr Temple.

Main building for the Buddha statue?

Plenty of gold on that so they can't be doing that badly financially.

Taken from wiki as it is mainly just boring old facts.

Wat Anongkharam Worawihan, วัดอนงคารามวรวิหาร, is a second grade royal temple of Worawihan. It was built during the early Rattanakosin period in 1850 (B.E. 2393) in dedication to King Rama III.

The temple was originally named Wat Noi Khamthaem after its founder Than Phuying Noi, wife of a noble, Somdet Chao Phraya Borommaha Phichaiyat (That Bunnag or Lord Bunnag) who is known as the person who restored tne nearby Wat Phitchaya Yatikaram Worawihan (Bangkok Wat Pichai Yatikaram Temple) and built the enormous prangs there.

The temple was later renamed Wat Anongkharam by King Rama IV.

The Wiharn (sermon hall) is built in the Thai style of the Rama I period.

Inside there is Sukhothai style principal Buddha image, Phra Chunlanak, of gold-leaf covered bronze in Subduing Mara (demon) posture.

The image was brought from Sukhothai Province in 1949 (B.E. 2492).

There are other important Buddha images in the temple compound.

Clusters of monk's dwellings are decorated with beautiful wooden carvings.

Collections of the revered monk Somdet Phra Phutthachan Phutthamahatherea (Nuam)'s belongings are located in a monk's dwelling that is open for public visitation and homage-paying on Khao Phansa (Buddhist Lent begins next week) (Buddhist Lent Day or beginning of annual rainy-season monks' retreat) and on New Year's Day.
A visit to a Jomtien Temple for Lent (Jomtien Asaka Buscha Day, Buddhist Lent).

Thonburi and Local Area Tourist Attractions