Over the last few years, it has become increasingly more popular for people to try and visit nine sacred temples in Bangkok in order to bring themselves good luck for the new year. It does not really matter which order you do these in, however you should try to pay your respects at all nine temples in one day. Nine of course being an auspicious number in Thai culture because it sounds like the Thai word for progress. If you do not have time to visit these temples now, then you can try later during mid April for the traditional Thai new year.
Become increasingly more popular for people to try and visit nine sacred temples in Bangkok in order to bring themselves good luck for the new year. It doesn't really matter which order you do these in, however you should try to pay your respects at all nine temples in one day. Nine of course being an auspicious number in Thai culture because it sounds like the Thai word for progress. It might be difficult to visit all of these temples by yourself.
Here is the list of the temples together with what you can gain from each visit:
Nine Lucky Temple in Bangkok
 Wat Kanlayanamit - means to Bon Voyage or have a safe trip.
You can get there by take the express boat to Rajinee Pier and crossing the river to reach the temple.
 Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn - means to be a prosperous life
This temple was built at the end of Ayuttaya period and there are the main chedi which decorated in Khmer style.
 Wat Rakhang - more popular and likable
The word of Rakhang is a bell in Thai so they believe that they will become more popular and likable.
Note : Those 3 temples are located in the same river bank so we visit them by a private speed boat. Lunch break at local restaurant.
 Wat Phra Kaew - wealth and prosperity & the icon of Bangkok
To enter to the temple the visitors should be in polite and properly clothes in order to respect the place. There are many of foreigners come here to take a picture because the places are so magnificent and be attractive.
 Wat Pho or The Temple of Reclining Buddha - to have a secure and peaceful life
This is the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, this temple is generally famous for the huge reclining Buddha statue and also if you want to experience traditional Thai massage this is the school and centre of Thai massage.
 Wat Suthat - to be a good vision
Where the one of six temples of the first grade in Thailand. At the front of temple you will see the giant red swing in Thai called Giant Swing (Sao Chia Cha), it is the symbol of Bangkok.
 Chao Phor Seua Shrine - to offers more power and stature
Located on Tanao Road. You'll probably feel different from previous temple because this place is designed in the Chinese style of gold and red color.
 Luk Muang Shrine or City Pillar Shrine - discard bad luck and lengthen your life with good fortune
Sao Lak Muang or the city foundation pillar was raised on 1782 when King Rama I established Bangkok as the capital of Thailand.
 Wat Chanasongkhram - to victory over difficult obstacles
This royal temple of second grade is on Chakraphong Road. It is an old temple existing before the Bangkok period and was known as Wat Klang Na since it used to be surrounded by paddy fields. The younger brother of King Rama I reconstructed it and changed the name to Wat Tongpu after the name of a temple in Ayutthaya which was inhabited by famous Mon monks, who had been highly honoured by the King of Ayuttya and look part in the Royal ceremonies side by side with the Thai monks.