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The main building is the central ubosoth, which houses the statue of Emerald Buddha. The legendary history of this Buddha image is traced to India, five centuries after the Lord Buddha attained Nirvana, till it was finally enshrined in Bangkok at the Wat Phra Kaew temple in 1782 during Rama I's reign (1782–1809). This marked the beginning and raise of the Chakri Dynasty of the present Kingdo... read more
This temple is located on Phra Sumen Road in the Bang Lamphu area. Built in 1829, it is the shrine-hall of Phra Phutthachinnasi, a very beautiful Buddha image which was moulded in about 1357. Wat Bowon Niwet is one of the most important temples of Bangkok, whose one-time chief abbot was King Rama IV before he ascended the throne. Other Chakn kings who had resided here during their monk hood includ... read more
History
Wat Pho is named after a monastery in India where Buddha is believed to have lived.  Prior to the temple's founding, the site was a centre of education for traditional Thai medicine, and statues were created showing yoga positions. An enormous Buddha image from Ayuthaya's Wat Si Sanaphet was destroyed by Burmeses in 1767, King Rama I (1782-1809 A.D.) incorporated its fragments to buil...
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Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, is one of Bangkok's best know landmark. It stands on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Thon Buri. Wat Arun is best seen from the opposite bank of the river; it glistens in the sunlight during the day and stands dark and noble at dawn or dusk. A visit to the beautiful, peaceful monastery complex surrounding the familiar towers is very worth-while. These towers,... read more
Wat Suthat is a royal temple of the first grade, one of six such temples in Thailand. Construction was begun by His Majesty King Rama I in 1807 (B.E. 2350). Further construction and decorations were carried out by King Rama II who helped carve the wooden doors, but the temple was not completed until the reign of King Rama III in 1847 (B.E.2390). This temple contains the Buddha image Phra Sri Sakya... read more
Situated at the begin of Chinatown, the temple has the world's largest solid gold Buddha image weighing in at five and a half tons, the 15-foot tall seated image is worth in the neighborhood of US$14 Million. The image has a colorful history, which is recounted in a free pamphlet distributed with your paid admission, 20 Bht for each. History:Wat Traimit is dated back from the 13th century. The Gol... read more
Located on the bank of Maenam Bang Kham in Tha Wung District, approximately 24 kilometers from town, the Ayutthaya-period temple is famous for its chapel. Decorated with stucco in various designs showcasing Buddhas previous life and his first sermon after attaining enlightenment, the chapel illustrates extraordinary Thai craftsmanship which is truly exquisite. There is also the Phra Si Ari Buddha ... read more
Wat Phanan Choeng Worawihan It is a royal temple of the second class, Woraviharn type, Maha Nikaya style, built since the Ayutthaya period as the capital city. (From the testimony of the old townspeople said that it was the 15th royal temple) located in the administrative area of ​​the Sangha of Tambon Hor Rattanachai. Located on the east side of the Chao Phraya River. South of the city island The... read more
 The present chapel (ubosot) is a new, beautiful, and gigantic building which has replaced the old one. The chapel actually depicts the style of the applied Rattanakosin period.. The operating hours are during 07:00 –16:15 hrs. weekdays and 07:00 – 17:00 hrs. weekends. Moreover, there are many stalls for food and local souvenirs. Long-tailed boat service to and from the city market and th... read more
 This temple is in the municipal area by the Bang Pakong River. Built in late Ayutthaya Period, with its original name of “Wat Hong”, it is the location of Phra Phutthasothon or Luang Pho Sothon, the important Buddha image in the attitude of meditation with a width of 1.65 meters and a height of 1.48 meters high. According to the legend, this Buddha image had been floated along the river, bef... read more
The temple, which is located along the bank of the Mekong River, on Sunthon Wichit Road is an ancient monastery that has not been dated. The temple was built before the provincial town was established and houses many highly-revered old Buddha images such as Phra Teaw and Phra Tiam. Additional attractions at the temple are its magnificent murals.... read more
Luang Por Umong at Wat Sawang Arom. Located in Nakhon Chum. The large Chiang Saen Buddha image is 2.87 meters wide and nearly 3 meters high. There is a beautiful Buddhist. It was discovered in the mound that look like anthill . The magnificent Buddhist statue is a major evidence of the relationship between Kamphaeng Phet and northern provinces.... read more
This monastery is located near the Nan National Museum in Phumin Village and has very unusual characteristics compared to other monasteries.  The main shrine hall  and the vihara are constructed as the same building.  Other attractive items of this monastery are, very beautiful carved wood doors facing four directions.  (made  by the Lanna Thai artisans... read more
This is the royalgrade monastery, located in the heart of Nan City, constructed in 1426.  There are elephant sculptures, of front half, decorating the base of the pagoda.  Moreover, there is a Golden Buddha Image 145 cms.  High and a big Buddha’s  Teachings Hall (Ho Phra Trai Pidok)... read more
See the magnificient artistic work Wat Mahathat was built according to the old precept of having a temple in the middle of the town to enshrine Buddha relics. The construction is believed to have been taken place built during the time when khmer kingdom was still powerful in this region about 800 years ago. The temple has a collection of artistic and historical artifacts of various periods, includ... read more
The temple is in Tambon Ban Khok. The Buddha image in the attitude of subduing mara is considered to be one of the three brothers: Luang Pho Wat Khao Takhrao, Luang Pho Sothon (Chachoengsao Province) and Luang Pho Wat Ban Laem (Samut Songkhram Province). Another legend cited that the image is a brother of Luang Pho Bang Pli Yai (Samut Prakan Province) and Luang Pho Wat Rai Khing (Nakhon Pathom Pro... read more
This temple is located in Samut Songkhram town. The former name is “Wat Sri Champa”. It is the most important temple of the province. According to history, in B.E. 2307 (1764) the Burmese invaded Mueang Phetburi but Ayutthaya’s troops protected the city. Ban Laem people in Phetburi migrated to escape from the Burmese and settled down at Amphoe Mae Klong, further up from Wat Sri Champa, and c... read more
Wat Bangplee Yai Nai is situated on the east side of Samutr Prakarn province. This temple situated beside Samrong Canal,  about 13 kilometers away from Bangkok.  The temple covers ​​over 40 rai of land, adjacent to the floating market of ancient Bangplee village.
The largest ubosot are the Sukhothai Buddha statue namely Luang Pho Tor.  People also called Wat Luang Pho Wat Bangp...
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Wat Tha Luang is an important and invaluable temple of Phichit Province. Located on the west bank of the Nan River near city hall This temple was built around 1845.In the reign of King Nang Klao Chao Yu Hua, The important Buddha image is Luang Pho Phet, enshrined at the Ubosot. It is a Buddha image in the posture of Mara in the Chiang Saen period. Cast in bronze.There is a very beautiful Buddha im... read more
Wat Phra Si Mahathat is locally called as "Wat Yai".  The complex is considered the most important temple in Phitsanulok. Housing Thailand's famous Phra Phutthachinnarat. 
Phra Phutthachinnarat is considered the most beautiful Buddha image in Thailand. The large Sukhothai-style bronze statue was cast in 1357 by the order of King Maha Thamma Racha I of Sukhothai. The statue has unique fea...
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Wat Si Khom Kham is a Buddhist temple in Phayao town, Phayao Province, Thailand. The founding of Wat Si Khom Kham dates to sometime in the 12th century.The present structure was completed in 1923.The central large Buddha statue was cast during the years 1491 to 1524.
The temple's wihan hosts a 16 metres (52 ft) high, 14 metres (46 ft) wide Buddha statue (Phra Chao Ton Luang) in the angular local s...
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Wat Tha Sung (another name is Wat Chantharam) is at Mu 2, Tambon Nam Sum. It is an old temple from the Ayutthaya period. It was formerly called “Wat Chan” which is the name of an abbot. Wat Chantharam later was abandoned until 1789 when the monk Luang Pho Yai came here. Villagers asked him to become the abbot of the temple and he renovated it. The first location of the temple was on the bank o... read more
This temple is 4 kms. south of the town along the Sing Buri-Suphan Buri route. It houses a huge Sukhothai-style reclining Buddha image, which is revered by the local people and renowned for its large size, almost 46 metres long.... read more
was built to house a Buddha image that drifted along the river. The white sandstone Buddha image seated under the Naga hood, presumably carved in Lop Buri period, was taken from the water to be enshrined here.... read more
A great Buddha image “Laung Phor Toh” in the temple was estimated to be built in the early Ayutthaya period. Thai people always come to respect and pray for their wishes. This wat is recorded in the legend of Khun Chang Khun Pan. Behind the temple, you can find old house of Khun Chang.... read more
Wat Pho Chai, formerly known as Wat Phi Piew This temple was used as a crematorium for ghosts or cremation, and there were fierce ghosts later changed its name. is Wat Pho Chai in the Rattanakosin period At present, it is the place where Luang Pho Phra Sai is enshrined. which is a Buddha image sitting flat in the subduing Mara posture, Chiang Saen period, the back tier is made of  gold (Gold ... read more
Wat Si Mongkhon Tai is near the immigration checkpoint. The temple houses an important Buddha image of the province, Phra Chao Ong Luang, an image built before the city’s founding. This brick image is 2.2 metres wide and 2 metres high. According to legend, the first lord of Mukdahan discovered it while he was overseeing the city’s construction. In addition, an... read more
Phra Yuen Mongkhon and Phra Ming Mueang Buddha images are the most important Buddha images of the province. They are at Tambon Khan Than Rat on Highway No. 213, about 14 kilometres from town. The images are in the Dvaravati style and are made of red sandstone. It is believed that they can make rainfall in the rainy season. Legend says a man built the Ming Mueang image, while a woman built the Yun ... read more
Phanom means mountain and Sawai means mango. Phanom Sawai, the closest forest to the province, is a small mountain covered with Mixed deciduous forest. Phanom Sawai was regarded as a pilgrimage site. On the 1st day of the waxing moon in April many people walk to the temple on the mountaintop to listen to the mountaintop to listen to the Buddhist doctrine and toa make merit. In front of the Forest ... read more
Big Buddha, Samui's most famous landmark, is found on a very small island northeast of Bophut. It is connected to the main island by a small road. This golden statue is 12 meters tall and sits atop a wide staircase decorated with dragons.At the foot of the main building are many religious offering stands and several nice golden statues, including a reclining Buddha.
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Wat Phra Lao Thep Nimit located on the side of Highway No. 2134, Tambon Phana, was built about 1720 during the reign of King Phrachao Thai SA; formerly named “Wat Si Pho Chayaram Khammawadi” but later changed to “Wat Lao Thep Nimit”. The ubosot of the temple was built in the Lanna architectural style and enshrines a principal Buddha image, Phra Lao Thep Nimit, which is... read more
Wat Tha Thanon is located in the heart of Uttaradit city, on the Nan River bank. This temple houses Luang Pho Phet, the principal Buddha statue of the province. It is of the Chiang Saen style and cast in bronze.... read more
located on Sappasit Road, is an ancient temple of the city. Its former name was Wat Luang Mani Choti Sisawat; later on, the name was changed to Wat Pa Yai and then to its present name. The holy Buddha image much revered by the people of Ubon Ratchathani and nearby provinces is Phra Chao Yai Indra Plang. There is also a stone engraved tablet interred behind the pedestal of the Buddha image.... read more
This temple is located in Amphoe Pa Mok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, 18 kilometres south of the Ang Thong. There is an old reclining Buddha image assumed to have been constructed during the Sukhothai period. The image is 22.58 metres long, made of brick and mortar, and covered with gold. It is found in the royal records that King Naresuan also visited this temple to pay homage to thi... read more
Wat Phra Singh Temple of the Lion Buddha is an important Buddhist monastery and temple on the west side of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Founded in the 14th century, it houses two medieval Buddha statues.... read more
Wat Traiphum is located on Petcharat Road. Is an old temple It is a place where Phra Buddha Maha Thammaracha is enshrined. The priceless Buddha image of Phetchabun province.Phra Phuttha Maha Thammaracha is a Buddha statue in the Lop Buri style. Villagers found it in the Pa Sac River in front of the temple. Therefore invited to be enshrined in this temple.Later, this Buddha image disappeared. And t... read more
Wat Saen Thong is located in the Mae Sariang District. It is the first temple of Mae Sariang. Even now, this temple has been renovated. No remains of the old architecture to be seen however, on the abbot's cubicle, Phra Phet and Phra Saen Thong are enshrined. Which is an old Buddha image paired with Mae Sariang city There is an important thing that is a Phra Saen Thong, a Buddha image in the attit... read more
Wat Phra Bat Ming Mueang, located on Charoen Nakhon Road near the townhall, was built in 1955 by combining two ancient temples. There is an old Chedi containing a replica of the Holy Footprint inside.
Currently, this temple is enshrined. Phra Phuttha Kosai Sirichai Maha Sakyamuni, the invaluable Buddha image of the province And there is the Ming Muang Chedi, which is an old pagoda with a replica o...
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Wat Yai Intharam Formerly known as Wat Luang It is a third class Royal Monastery, ordinary type. It is an old, ancient temple, invaluable of Chonburi Province Built in the late Ayutthaya period, located on Chet Chamnong Road. Chonburi city area It is an important temple that is very old with the city of Chonburi, presumably built since the late Ayutthaya period. There are old paintings about the t... read more
Wat Pa Pradu located on Sukhumvit Road in Mueang municipality, this ancient temple dates back to the Ayutthaya period. The temple was honoured as a royal temple in the year 1990. The wihan houses a large reclining Buddha image, 11.95 metres long and 3.60 metres High. Unusually, the reclining Buddha image lies on its left-hand side. The image was first built outdoor and the Wihan was built later in... read more
Located on Sukhumvit Road ( Chanthaburi Khlung ), Tambon Khlong Narai, about 5 kilometres from town, the beautiful 100 years-old church and collection of antiques of ancient Khmer style inside are very interesting. Please note: the interested persons must contact in advance at the temple.... read more
There is a huge gold Chedi housing a Holy Relic at Wat Phra That Si Don Kham. Legend has it that it was built as early as 535 A.D. when the land was under the dominance of the Hariphunchai kingdom.... read more
Wat Rai Khing is located in Tambon Rai Khing 32 Kms. from Bangkok. It is a civilian monastery built in 1791. Somdej Phra Phuttha Chan (Pook) named this temple after the district. When construction was completed, the Buddha image was brought from Wat Sala Poon and enshrined here, later the locals named the image “Luang Pho Wat Rai Khing”. The Buddha image is in the attitude of Buddha Subduing M... read more
Wat Don Kaew is located behind Mae Ramat District Office. The area of ​​about 11 rai originally measured in the middle of the village. The statue carved marble Buddha from Myanmar. Which is one of the three sculpted together. The other two are enshrined in Pakistan and another in India.
There is a story. . Tambon Maoram in those days. Travel to Burma and find the sculpted marble Buddha. The lap wi...
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Phra Mongkhon Bophit, a large bronze cast Buddha image was originally enshrined outside the Grand Palace to the east. King Songtham commanded it to be transferred to the west, where it is currently enshrined and covered with a Mondop. Later in the reign of Phra Chao Sua, the top of the Mondop was burnt down by a fire due to a thunderbolt. Then, the King commanded a new building and the image were ... read more
 This ancient temple is located 9 kilometres along the Ang Thong-Pho Thong route and 2 kilometres along an access road.  There is a large reclining Buddha image, 50 metres long, lying in the open area .  The vihara housing the image was destroyed during the first fall of Ayutthaya.  The statue of  Khun Inthapramun was in front of the Buddha image. According to a legend, Khun Inthapramun is a ... read more
is a royal temple on Uparat Road beside the city Hall. The ordination hall is in the same style as the Marbel Temple in Bangkok. The Topaz Buddha image, the town’s sacred image brought from Si Sattanakanahut, Laos, is kept here.... read more
This temple is located 18 kilometres from the town on the Ang Thong-Sing Buri route (Highway No. 32). It houses Phra Maha Phuttha Phim, a large seated Buddha image in the attitude of meditation, which was constructed during the reign of King Rama IV. This temple is also known for the sacred amulets called "Somdet Wat Chaiyo", which are very popular among collectors.... read more
Wat Chom Khiri Nat Phrot is on the peak of Khao Buat Nak between the foot of Dechatiwong Bridge and Chiraprawat Fort. Legend says that when Burmese troops sacked Ayutthaya for the second time, they built this temple to show that they also hold the Buddhism faith. The most interesting objects here are the replica of Lord Buddhas Footprint and a convocation hall that locals call Bot Thewada Sang. Th... read more
Wat Traimak Sathit, formerly known as Wat Khok Kloi, this temple, besides the city in 1745, according to the name of the village, where there are many wild yam trees, came from Wat Nam Rob. There is a canal There is a canal Invite and call them up below, the water may get wet. The temple then asked them to build a new temple about 300 meters away, followed by the year 1937. "Wat Trimak Sathit"... read more
Wat Phra Nang Din This temple is unique than other temples in that the main Buddha image of the temple is not supported by Chukchi base. Which has a story to continue that At one time, the faithful people helped to build a Chukchi base to bring the main Buddha image to be enshrined.But it appears that no matter how much I try to lift it, I can't lift it and this is the origin of the main Buddha im... read more
Wat Kankan is another temple that is considered as a place of worship. Location: Suburb Hotel Map It is located in Mae Yen district, Mae Chaem district, Chiang Mai. The temple is about 2 kilometers away from Wat Phraya.
Wat Kankan is the temple of the mother. Because the temple is a god. The old Buddha images of Lanna art. The largest in Mae Chaem, which is a priceless Buddha Mae Chaem. During Son...
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Wat Nam Hu is at Mu 5 Tambon Wiang Tai, located 3 km. from Pai hospital. This temple housed Phra Un Mueang, sacred Buddha image in Lanna style, 500 years of age, in the attitude of Subduing Mara (victory over Mara). The image's top knot can be opened and contained holly water, revered by local folk.
Wat Nam Hoo is enshrined. Reverend Father Oun Mueang Which is a sacred Buddha image made of bronze ...
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     Some 20 kilometres to the southwest of town in Ko Kha district is Wat Phra That Lampang Luang, a paradigm of temple building of Lanna. The temple itself is prominently sited on a hillock surrounded by wall. The entrance arches, called Pratu Khong, is adorned with fine plaster designs. The wall-less main Vihan houses a bronze Buddha statue called the Phra Chao Lan Thong. To... read more
The Chiang Saen-style Chedi at Wat Si Umong Kham See the pagodas of the Chiang Saen period that are still in perfect condition. Difficult to find anywhere to compare And this temple is also enshrined the Buddha image of Phayao city, named "Luang Pho Ngam Mueang Rueangrit" which the villagers called. "Phra Chao Lan Tue", which is regarded as the most beautiful Buddha image of Lanna Thai.... read more
During the tourist season or festivals such as New Year festival, New Year's Eve festival. Wat Hua Wiang will organize a ritual bathing ceremony for the Lord Plas rails every year. Up to the festival. There will be Buddhist tourists in Thailand. They come to worship a lot. Because this Buddha is a sacred Buddha image in pairs of houses. The town of Mae Hong Son has been hundreds of years old. God ... read more
On the way to Phra That Doi Kong Mu, the templet is located on the foothills.  A large reclining Buddha Image of 12 feet long is enshrined.  Cast in Shan's art under the support of Phranang Miah, Phraya Singhanat Raja's wife, the image possess finest Buddha characteristics. In entrance, two large lion statues were built by Phraya Singhanat and his wife.  This antique statues is as o... read more
Wat Nantaram An interesting temple in Chiang Kham is Wat Nantaram, a Burmese-style site built entirely with teak. The woodworks on the windows, gables, corridors and other parts are beautifully chiseled in elaborate designs. The inside is enshrined Phra Chao Saen, built of teak wood. There is a pagoda in Thai Yai style. Old banknotes museum Ancient utensils, ancient pattern fabrics, as well a... read more
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Wat Chom Sawan Just one kilometre from the townhall on Yantrakit Koson Road is Wat Chom Sawan, a Burmese architectural style temple. The building which combines the hall for conducting religious rituals and monk's living quarters is beautifully decorated both in its interiors and exteriors.
The over-lapping roofs are adorned with fine fretworks. Antiquities found here include marble Buddha statues...
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A riverside temple located in Tha Uthen District where the 15th century, 80-inch tall Phra Bang image with an octagon base surrounded by 8 elephants is enshrined. It is believed that a procession with the image during the dry season will bring rainfall.... read more
Wat Si Thep is situated on Sunthon Wichit Road and houses the highly revered Phra Saeng, which is said to have been built along with Phra Suk and Phra Sai, two other Buddha images. In addition, the ordination hall features exquisite murals.... read more
Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan is located on Ratchadamnoen Road in Tambon Nai Mueang. This is a royal temple of the first class. Formerly named Wat Phra Borom That, this is one of the most important historical sites in southern Thailand and in all of Thailand. According to the legend of Phra Borom That Nakhon Si Thammarat, Prince Thanakuman and Queen Hem Chala brought Buddha relics to Hat Sai Kae... read more
Tiger Cave Krabi is located about 3 kms from Krabi Town. Inside the cave there are what appear to be tiger paw prints in the stone. The surrounding area is covered with large trees hundreds of years old, particularly in the Khiriwong Valley.  It had to be the biggest buttressed trunk of any tropical tree I had ever seen anywhere in the world. Mountains are on all sides and there are smaller c... read more
Wat Phra Thong, Phuket is where only the upper half of a large Buddha statue emerges from the ground.  Legend has it that during the invasion of Thalang town in 2328 B.E. (circa 1785) , the Burmese tried in vain to excavate the statue to take to back. Each time they dug into the ground , swarms of hornets would swoop on them and they had to give up. Later , the visible part of the statue was ... read more
Wat Trangkhaphum Phutthawat This marble Buddha statue is considered a the largest size of Trang province, since the building of Kantang city. In BE 2455, there is a Buddhist monk "Somdet Phra Maha Samana Chaokrom Phraya Wachira Yan Waro Rot" give a new name as Wat Tarangkha Phum Phutthawat. Formerly the popular name of the temple is  temple of Pairs city.
Later, the Buddha statue has bee...
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