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Project – Wat Mangkon Station, BKK, Thailand

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“The new MRT station gives visitors to Chinatown easier access to Wat Mangkon Karmalawat (Dragon Lotus Temple). The largest and most important Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok.”

MRT Wat Mangkon Station is one of four metro stations opened in August 2019 on the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) Blue Line extension in Bangkok, Thailand. MRT Sanam Chai, MRT Wat Mangkon, MRT Sam Yot, and MRT Itsaraphap stations help tourists visit the Thai capitals major attractions. 

The design of each station reflects the culture and history of the area it services. Located in the Chinatown district, the station reflects this through the dragon motifs and lucky red colours. The station takes its name from the Chinese temple of Wat Mangkon Karmalawat (Dragon Lotus Temple) above the station. 

Year
2022

Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA)

Location
Bangkok, Thailand

MUSTANG street and area luminaries light the exterior paths leading to the station. The rectangular, adjustable area lighting column fixtures provide bright, uniform, illumination. UTAH miniature adjustable projectors highlight the streets lining the pathway. 

MUSTANG street and area luminaries light the exterior paths leading to the station. The rectangular, adjustable area lighting column fixtures provide bright, uniform, illumination. UTAH miniature adjustable projectors highlight the streets lining the pathway. 

LIGMAN’S products used :

MUSTANG
Street & area lighting luminaires

Rectangular, adjustable area lighting column fixture family. Timeless angular form factor with a multitude of output choices to suit all area applications.

To find out more on your products : MUSTANG

UTAH
Floodlights, projectors

Miniature adjustable projector range. Contemporary simplicity and a diminutive footprint allows designers to paint landscaping with light whilst avoiding visual clutter.

To find out more on your products : UTAH

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MRT - Wat Mangkon Station