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Wat Pha Kho or Wat Ratchapraditsathan  This temple was the seat of Somdet Pha Kho or Luang Pho Thuat Yiap Nam Tha-le Chuet, the most revered monk in the south.
This monk has a story before that the pirate used to kidnap him and when they sailed already the pirates ran out of freshwater the monk soak his feet and the water turn to freshwater....
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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
Wat Suwan Khiri It contains a Burmese style Chedi, over 70 years old and 10 metres in height, which was built by a Burmese, a main ordination hall or Phra Ubosot where a beautifully bejeweled standing Buddha image is enshrined and a belfry decorated with a feline pattern. A hundred years old temple. Burmese pagoda in the temple is 10 meters high by 70-year-old Burmese Buddhist temple has very... read more
Phra That Sawi is the other Phra That Chedi in the area of Sawi, housing relics of Lord Buddha. This of course being a much older site here, which goes back to the times of King Sri Thammasokarat. The Chedi is enclosed by a wall with gates and a bell tower and the cloister is lined with seated Buddha images. Another beautiful white Buddha image called Phra Suphan Rangsi is located just outside the... 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
King Rama IV took Buddhist recluse at Tham Khao Yoi several times and stayed overnights at Wat Maha Samanaram at the foot of Khao Wang. After he took the throne, he had the first new palace built in Phetchaburi in 1859, on the top of Khao Khiri or Khao Maha Nakhon Khiri Palace”. The hill was renamed “Khao Mahasawan” the great paradise but has been commonly called Khao Wang by the locals.&nbs... read more
Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram is located near King Rama II Memorial Park. This temple belongs to the Bang Chang family. It was constructed by Princess Phrarubsirisopharkmahanaknari, the mother of Queen Amarintharamat. The area behind this temple was the residence of Luang Yokkrabat and Khun Nak. It is believed that area about the position of the chedi at present of Wat Amphawan is the place where Khun N... read more
This ancient temple, locally called Wat Na Phra That, is located on the west bank of the Mae Klong River in the town. Its elegant prang or pagoda remains in good condition and was probably copied from Cambodia's Angkor Wat. The prang made of bricks and stones stands on a rectangular base with pathways around the cloisters. The outer stucco designs were made in the reign of King Borommakot of Ayutt... read more
The present Phra Pathom Chedi was built during the reign of King Rama IV in 1853, under his royal command, the new Chedi was constructed to cover the former Chedi of which the shape was of an upside down bell shape with a Prang top. It is assumed that the former Chedi dates back to the year 539 AD due to the fact that the upside down bell shaped Chedi has a similar style to the Sanchi Chedi in Ind... read more
This temple is 6 kilometres from town. It is located in Soi Sukhaphiban 58, Tambon Thai Ban, on Sukhumvit road, its entrance is opposite Sawangkhaniwat Recuperation Centre. The new temple was built by Phra Acharn Lee Thammawaro) of the Dharmayuthi sect on May 8, 1962. It is one of the important temples for practicing mediation. Worth visiting and seeing in this temple is Phra Thutangkha Chedi, a g... 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
Wat Phra Sri Sanphet. Was in the reign of King Rama 1 used as a residence. Later His Royal Trailokkanat. He created a new royal palace in the north. Then be sure to raise the county's shrine. To celebrate various important temples in the country, so it's no palace, temple priest. Different from Wat Mahathat Sukhothai The temple priest. The Sukhothai Wat Mahathat, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet Ayutthaya and... 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
is located in U Malai, on the road in the area is located in the district U District about 34 km from a temple old assume that there are days, but the Dvaravati because many antiques, a reclining Buddha, such as Buddha, which carved stone flesh with the church is an idol Narai flesh stone pagoda in Ayutthaya on top of his wives, and 1 there is a mock the Baht carved stone with green natural enshri... read more
Wat Khiriwong is located in Paknampho, Muang, Nakornsawan on Matulee Road and Downdueng Road opposite Nakhonsawan Vocational College and Thaworn Farm Company.... read more
Wat Phra Borom That is a temple situated in the centre of Mueang Nakhon Chum featuring a Burmese-style Chedi. To the south is an Ubosot housing several Sukhothai- and Ayutthaya-style bronze Buddha statues. The Chedi itself is believed to originally have been a Sukhothai-type structure, its style having been altered during a restoration work financed by a wealthy Burmese about a century ago.... read more
Founded in 1857 as two temples sharing the same wall, Wat Bot Manee Rat and Wat Si Bunruang were combined as Wat Bot Manee Si Bunruang in 1954 at the suggestion of Prince Vajirayanavarorasa. A guardian yak protects each corner of the golden chedi, which has an unusual portico at the front.
The temple is on the south side of the highway, a 15-minute walk west of the bus station....
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Another ancient site related to the old history of the town is Wat Phra Yuen. The Ku Chang-Ku Ma Chedi at the temple is surrounded on four directions by standing statues. The Chedi itself is cylinder-shaped and commemorates Queen Chamthewi's war elephant and her son's steed.... read more
     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
Wat Phra That Cho Hae This temple is about 8 kilometres to the east of town on Highway No. 1022. A major religious site of the province, it was built since the time of Sukhothai. The 33 metre-tall Chiang Saen-style Chedi houses a Holy Relic. It was built of bricks and covered with bright brass sheets. The name of the temple refers to fine silk woven in Sip Song Panna (in southern China) which was ... read more
King Phu Phiang 3 kms. From Nan City (Highway 1168 Nan-Mae Charim)  and was constructed in the Sukhothai period.  The annual Worshipping Fair takes place on the full moon day of the fourth lunar month (between the end of February and the beginning of March).  The fair includes the celebration of fire works processions and offerings processions.... read more
The village is overlooked by a striking hilltop Buddhist temple known as Wat Tha Ton. One of these is the Standing Buddha,over 35 feet tall.... read more
The temple is located in Chang Khoeng Sub-district, Mae Chaem District. According to legend, it was built in the early Ratanakosin era.Chapel surrounded by water battlements instead of the ordinary cement battlements.... read more
Chedi of Buddha relics of Khao Kho and Khao Kho International Library located on the top of the mountain, next to the International Library Khao Kho Ban Phan Niam, Khao Kho at the top of the pagoda containing the relics of the invitation from Sri Lanka. This Phetchabun pagoda was built to commemorate His Majesty the King's 50th Birthday Anniversary. On religious holidays, people and tourists come ... read more
Wat Hin Mak Peng is located at Thai Charoen, Tambon Phra Phutthabat.The temple compound is spacious, clean and shady with various species of plants amidst tranquility, its area on one side bordrs the Mekong River where a scenic view can be seen.
The temple is renowned for its extraordinary design, featuring a thousand columns that give it its name. These columns are made of concrete and are intric...
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Phra That Tha Uthen is located opposite Hin Bun town in Laos. It is situated approximately 26 kilometers north of the city on Highway 212. Similar in style to Phra That Phanom, Phra That Tha Uthen is 66 meters high. Constructed in 1912, the chedi (pagoda) houses the relics of the Lord Buddha’s disciple brought from over from Yangon, Myanmar.... read more
Phra That Phanom is located 50 kilometers from Nakhon Phanom town on Highway No. 212. It is the most important Buddhist site in the province. A 53-meters tall square-shaped pagoda, it was believed to have been built before the 12th century. The pagoda, which is believed to have originally been of Khmer design, was renovated through the years to its present Laotian design. The pagoda enshrines the ... read more
Phrathat Kham Kaen Located in Wat Chetiyaphum, the Phrathat is believed to be the origin of Khon Kaen city since ancient times. Phrathat Kham Kaen can be date the 20th century A.D. According to legend ,a back to king who ruled Mori town in the Khmer kingdom assigned 9 senior monks to bring relics of the Lord Buddha to be placed in Phrathat Phanom. On the way, the caravan spent a night here, settin... read more
Phra Mahathat Kaen Nakhon or The 9-storey stupa Located in Wat Nong Waeng, a royal temple on Klang Mueang Road, the Phra Mahathat houses relics of the Lord Buddha and important Buddhist scriptures. Doors and windows of the 9 storeys of the stupa are beautifully carved, featuring the life and former reinearnations of the Lord Buddha, 16 classes of visible deities in the Brahma’s world, and Buddhi... read more
Phra That Na Dun, or the Buddha Monthon of Isan, is the area where historical and archaeological findings that proved the magnificence of the ancient city of Champa Si were made. Artefacts found here are now on display at the Khon Kaen National Museum. The most important piece is the stupa (pagoda) encasing the holy relics of Lord Buddha in gold, silver and bronze caskets. The site was from the Dv... read more