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 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 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 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
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
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
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
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
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
This temple is located in Tambon Khun Khlon, 28 kilometres north of the town, turn left 1 km. before arriving in Phra Phutthabat district. The important historical site here is “Lord Buddha’s Footprint " that was found on a stone panel near Suwan Banpot Hill or Satchaphanthakhiri Hill. Lord Buddha’s Footprint measures 21 inches wide, 5 feet ... read more

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