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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
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
 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
Wat Yai Chaimongkol is a magnificent ancient royal monastery, more than a mere place of worship. It has been the pride of Siamese people since the 13th Century. Its very existence conveys a sense of the power of the Ayutthaya Kingdom, which once expanded in all directions. From Siam to cover part of Burma to the northwest, then stretched to the east to the whole of Laos and Cambodia, and extended ... read more
Wat Lokaya Sutha is situated to the west of the Ayutthaya Grand Royal Palace.  No evidence has been found to indicate when it was built.  Only comparative study of art style of the temple main prang reflects early period of Ayutthay arts.
 
In front of the main Prang to the east locating with groups of Vihara buildings while behind the Prang is the Ubosot building being surrounded w...
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This is the temple which is located on the shore west of the river Tha Jean opposite market District Suphan Buri City district is a old temple, in last authong in the end, the temple to have a carcass ruins of the Buddha and Chedi in authong in addition Jaydee authong and a Buddha Wood long 221.5 cm wide 74 cm which is the most of it is only one and only in Thailand or in the world, by the road, L... read more
It is a popular attraction because of a reclining Buddha. Here is recorded one of UNSEEN IN THAILAND because of the way of reclining Buddha. You rarely seen in else where. Beside the wat, there is fish sanctuary in the Tha Chin River in front of the monastery. ... read more
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 1981. How to... read more
The cave is located in front of the Khao Yoi District Office, another popular place for visitors to drop by and pay homage to Buddha images.... read more
This temple or Wat Phra Non in another name, stands at the foot of Khao Wang. The temple houses the beautiful reclining Buddha image or Phra Phuttha Buddha image or Phra Phuttha Saiyat in stucco and brick work, lacquered and covered with gold foil. One of the 4 largest reclining Buddha in Thailand, and is believed to date back to the middle of the Ayutthaya period. The status, presently enshrined ... 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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Located in the vicinity of Tambon Bang Phut, Amphoe Pak Kret, four kilometers from the district township area. This monastery was constructed at the time when the Mon people led by Phraya Cheng migrated in to the Kingdom during the reign of King Taksin of the Thon Buri era. Construction is of Mon architecture having mural paintings in Mon style. There is a building constructed to commemorate King ... read more
From Chaiyaphum, take Highway No. 201 past Phu Khiao to Ban Nong Song Hong for 75 kilometres, then turn left onto Highway No. 2055 and drive for 9 kilometres to Ban Kaeng. There, turn left and drive for a further 5 kilometres. This ancient square-based pagoda is 32 meters wide and 45 meters high. It is one of the most complete and most beautiful pagodas to be found. Incorporating art from the Lann... read more
This Wat Suwan Khuha is generally called, by the villagers, "Wat Tham" which is an interesting monastery having the most importance in Phangnga due to its being an important historical archaeological site. In the vicinity of the monastery area, there is a mountain having several big and small caves situated in both low and high locations. The important caves are: Tham Yai, Tham Chaeng, Tham Mued, ... read more
Tham Phra Phut Buddha image standing image decorated in the style of a regal southern Thailand dancer. Moreover, there are personal belongings of the upper-class people like ceramics, lacquerware and old pottery. The origin of the items and the temple’s history are shrouded in mystery.
You will enjoy your visiting in this temple by looking at the the many Bhudda statue aside from t...
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This is respectable buddha of provincial a Phatthalung. and is also buddha be stationed southern too. Enshrined in the pavilion chaturamuk near the Phatthalung City Hall .... read more
Wat Tham Thong Phannara is in Moo 9, Tambon Tham Phannara, about 2 kilometres from the Asia Highway (Highway No. 41) at the 192-193 km. marker, and about 1 kilometre from the district office. Legend has it that two nuns, named Pring and Prang, came by sea with many followers and valuable belongings for use in the building of a pagoda to entomb Lord Buddhas relics. However, when they arrived at the... read more
Wat Thai Watthanaram . It is 5 km from Mae Sot District. It is a temple of Mahayana Buddhism of the Tai Yai. Built around 1857, it was renamed "Wat Thai Watthanaram." The temple contains inscriptions about the history of the temple, with one sheet in Thai and the other in Burmese. There is a white jade Buddha statue of Burmese art with beautiful decoration enshrined in the hall. The large reclinin... read more
Three kilometres from Den Chai district, or some 2 kilometres from the provincial town, is Wat Phra That Suthon Mongkhon Khiri. Although a comparatively modern temple, it boasts highly eye-catching structures. The Ubosot in particular is noted for its delicate sculptures with fine designs. There is also the golden teak structure in the Lanna-style which houses valuable relics of the North, includi... 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
The reclining Phra Phuttha Hattha Mongkhon is said to be the third largest in the world. This statue is 35 meters long, 15 meters high and 10 meters wide. Many faithful Buddhists from Hat Yai, Yala, Pattani and Bangkok as well as pious visitors from Malaysia and Singapore frequent this shrine.... read more

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