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situated at #1 Tambon Makhamtao, at the mouth of Makham Tao waterway at the junction point where the waterway joins Chai Phraya River. The monk Abbot Sukk, Who during his time, was a very well known and respected by native Thais in the central plain area. Hel also issued his own and Buddha images known as “Luang Puu Sukk of Wat Makham Tao” which are on display at the temple (opened daily from ... 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 hill is only 4 kms. South of Hua Hin and may be reached by local minibus. There is a road leading to the top where a temple is situated. The nearby Khao Takiap beach offers mostly bungalow accommodation.... read more
The biggest reservoir in Central Thailand, the Pa Sak Cholasit Dam was constructed as part of the Maenam Pa Sak Royal Development Project, an initiative of King Bhumibol. Constructed in 1989, the earth (soil)-filled dam with a clay core was granted the name by His Majesty the King who presided over its opening on 25 November 1999. The Dam stretches over Lop Buri and Saraburi Provinces. It is 4,860... read more
Phra Samut Chedi is located at Tambon Pak Klong Bang Pla Kot, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, opposite Samut Prakan City Hall. Formerly, this chedi was located on a small island in the middle of Chao Phraya River’s mouth behind Phisuea Samut Fortress. Subsequently, however, the little island became linked to the right bank of the river due to the water turning shallow. Th... read more
This evening floating market is a major spot of Samut Songkram province, about 1 - 1 1/2 hours drive from Bangkok. Here is open on Friday till Sunday (3 days). There are many local and foreign tourists in the evening of every Saturday and Sunday. You will enjoy sightseeing tour along the canals and try a local delicious food. People love to have seafood menu from the boat, and Thai dessert, souven... 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
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
Wat Muang, meaning the purple temple, is located in the countryside off the highway 3195, about 8 km away from the city.  Hightlight is the largest sitting buddha image in Thailand, measuring 84 meters tall or 92 meters including the pedestal.
The ordination hall is circled by the largest lotus petals, enshrining a hightly revered silver image of Buddha. Museum of the temple is called 'V...
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This temple in Tambon Wihan Khao, Amphoe Tha Chang, is 9 kms. from Wat Phra Non Chaksi. Visitors come here to pay homage to the statue of Luang Pho Phae, a famous former abbot of the temple. The temple also houses Thailand’s largest sitting Buddha image, 23 metres wide and 42 metres high, made of concrete and decorated with golden mosaic. ... 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
This is located in the north of the town. From the foot of the hill, up 395 steps, sits a much revered monastery. There is small pagoda and a troop of playful monkeys. The top of the hill also offers a spalendid panorama of the coastline and seascape.... read more

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