Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, has a new Rock Shop. The Rock Shop Bangkok Erawan is the newest Rock Shop in Thailand. Its opening day was 25th December 2019. I have been to this brandnew Rock Shop at the opening day.
The Rock Shop in Bangkok is a treasure trove of fashionable merchandise that allows fans to express their love for Rock ‘n’ Roll in style. From iconic Hard Rock T-shirts and hoodies to trendy accessories, there was something for every music enthusiast. As I browsed through the racks, I found myself immersed in a sea of designs that celebrated rock culture and showcased the enduring legacy of the artists who shaped the genre.
There are several T-Shirts with printed “Bangkok Erawan”, but at the moment there are now pins or magnets with this lettering. As I stepped into the Rock Shop, I was instantly engulfed in an electrifying atmosphere that paid homage to the legends of rock music. The walls adorned with autographed guitars, rare concert photographs, and memorabilia transported me to a world where music reigned supreme. From classic rock anthems to the latest hits, the air was alive with the spirit of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Update 2020: Rock Shop Bangkok Erawan V+ Bottle Opener Magnet
Finally the Rock Shop in Bangkok has its own V+ Bottle Opener magnet:
Are you looking for this beautiful magnet? Please send me a mail to jp@thisIsHardRock.com. I have an extra one. Maybe we can trade each other some interesting stuff. Thank you in advance.
Some pins with “Bangkok Erawan” were released as well! Happy collecting!
What is the Erawan Shrine?
The Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand, is a revered religious site and a symbol of spiritual devotion. Situated in the busy Ratchaprasong intersection, this iconic shrine attracts countless visitors who come to pay their respects and seek blessings.
Dedicated to the four-faced Hindu god Brahma, the Erawan Shrine is considered a place of great significance and power. Its origins can be traced back to the mid-1950s when the construction of the original Erawan Hotel faced multiple challenges and misfortunes. To rectify this, a shrine was built, and it is believed that the deity Brahma protects and brings good fortune to those who worship here.
As you approach the Erawan Shrine, you’ll be greeted by a mesmerizing sight. The shrine itself is an architectural marvel, adorned with intricate carvings, golden accents, and vibrant decorations. Devotees and visitors fill the area, offering flowers, incense, and lit candles as offerings. The atmosphere is infused with a sense of reverence and spirituality.
Throughout the day, you can witness traditional Thai dancers performing graceful movements near the shrine. Their vibrant costumes and delicate gestures add a touch of elegance to the surroundings, captivating onlookers and creating a captivating experience. The rhythmic beats and melodies of traditional Thai music accompany these performances, immersing visitors in the cultural richness of Thailand.
The Erawan Shrine holds a special place in the hearts of the Thai people, and it is not uncommon to see locals seeking blessings or expressing gratitude at the shrine. The belief in the power and benevolence of Brahma has made the Erawan Shrine an essential pilgrimage site for both locals and international visitors.