Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, also known as Maha Uma Devi Temple in Silom, known as Wat Khaek (วัดแขก, meaning the "Indian temple" in Thai), 'Khaek' being a generic term used for "people of Indian origin", is a South Indian architecture style Hindu temple in Bangkok, Thailand. It was built in 1879 by Vaithi Padayatchi, a Hindu, a Tamil immigrant.
Maha Mariamman Temple is the main Tamil Hindu temple in Thailand which is located at the corner of Pan Road and Silom Road (ถนนสีลม), a narrow lane which has is a number of kiosks selling saffron-coloured marigold flower garlands for worshipers.
The temple's facade is in strikingly florid style of a riot of different colours with carved images of various gods and goddesses in different shapes and sizes. At the entrance to the temple there is a word from Tamil gopuram or tower which is 6 m in height and is covered with many carved images of deities. The main shrine of the temple complex is a dome with covering of a gilded copper plate.Within the premises of the temple complex there are three shrines dedicated to Ganesh, Kartik and the main shrine of Sri Maha Mariamman. The practice of worship followed by the devotees is sequentially Ganesh, Kartik and then the main deity. In addition there are also shrines dedicated to the worship of gods Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu. The main hall of the shrine is also decorated with images of Mahalakshmi,Saraswati, Kali, and Hanuman.