สถานที่ปฏิบัติธรรม ทั่วไทย

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Tel: 222-6011, 222-8004 This old temple was built in the reign of King Rama I. It is located on Na Phrathat Road near Thammasat University. The temple houses Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University, one of the two highest seats of Buddhist learning in Thailand and also offers meditation classes for foreigners. The temple complex is open daily from 9.00 a.m.- 5.00 p.m. ... read more
This is a   thammayutti monastery located in the vicinity of Tambon Bang Talat, Amphoe Pak Kret and is in the area of the Royal Irrigation Department. Eventhough it is a newly constructed monastery, it is of beautiful style architecture. Its compound is pleasantly shady and a remarkable place for studying the Lord Buddha’s teachings ... read more
located in Tambon Bang pla is a temple built in a unique is used for construction of several art forms strange is located on 200 rai of the journey to follow the road economy (Maha Chai-Krathum Baen) away from Sub-district, Maha Chai District approximately 5 km turn left opposite the station electricity to 1.5 kilometers.... 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
Wat Maheyong built by King Chao Sam Phraya in 1981. The pagoda is a bell-shap on Thaksin base encircled with elephant sculpture. It is similar to Chdi Chang Lom in Sukhothai, Sri Satchanalai and Kampaengphet Historical parks.  The name of temple is believed that deriving from Langka (Sri Langka).
Later, King Thai Sra renovated the temple and buildings in 1709.  The king had a palace or a...
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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
Wat Khao Wong is located at Wat Khao Wong, Ban Khao Wong, Moo 5, Khao Wong Subdistrict, Phra Phutthabat District. It is about 3 kilometers from Phra Phutthabat District. Appeared in the central region and southern Thailand in the pre-Sukhothai period until it evolved into the ancient Khmer and Mon scripts which King Ramkhamhaeng the Great adapted to create the origin of Thai characters To this day... read more
Provost Nimit Thammanurak is the abbot of Wat Thammanimit, classified as a temple to practice Vipassana Meditation as a student of Pali Abhidhamma. Monk's student There is a shrine with a height of 34 meters, a pagoda on a boat, dubbed "Phra Mongkhon Nimit", enshrined at the foot of the shady temple surrounded by various plants. Four directions It is a good viewpointpoint for the scenery of Chonbu... read more
is a Royal Temple, 15 kilometers south of Pattaya City, turning left from Sukhumvit Highway at kilometer 160. The temple was dedicated to Somdej Phra Yanasangworn, the present Supreme Patriarch in 1976 and was later graciously admitted under the patronage of His Majesty the King. The temple ground comprises a mondop (religious building with rectangular roof) which enshrine a replica of the Buddha'... read more
บูรพาจารย์เจดีย์ หรือ วัดป่าสาลวัน เป็นสถานปฏิบัติธรรมวัดหนึ่งที่สำคัญของพระสงฆ์พุทธศาสนิกชนโดยทั่วไป ถือเป็นฐานปฏิบัติธรรมที่สำคัญมายาวนานกว่า 74 ปี ด้วยเป็นแหล่งรวมของพระปฏิบัติวิปัสนากรรมฐานแห่งกองทัพธรรมพระคุณเจ้าแต่ละรูปที่ได้ร่วมสร้างและถือปฏิบัติยังวัดป่าสาลวันแห่งนี้ ล้วนเป็นพระที่สร้างคุณูปการให้กับวงการศาสนาอย่างใหญ่หลวง อาทิ หลวงปู่เสาร์ กันตะสีโล หลวงปู่มั่น ภูริทัตโต หลวงปู่สิงห์ ขันต... read more
This temple is at the foot of Phu Phan mountain, 13 kilometres from town on Highway No. 210 (Nong Bua Lam Phu-Udon Thani), then 2 kilometres on the right. The area was once the site of an ancient Khmer temple that later became deserted until 1958 when Phra Achan Luang Pu Khao Analyo turned it into a meditation centre until his death in 1983. A museum displays his wax figure as well as his personal... read more
Wat Kham Pramong is at Ban Kham Pramong in Tambon Sawang, 40 kilometres from Amphoe Muang on Highway No. 22, then take Highway No. 2355 to Akat Amnuai. The temple is the meditation centre of the famous monk Luang Pu Sim.... read more
Achan Wan Uttamo Museum is on Phu Pha Lek. To get there, take the Sakon Nakhon-Udon Thani road for 84 kilometres to Sawang Daen Din, then a road on the left to Song Dao for 32 kilometres. The museum features paintings of the monk and his personal items.... 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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วัดหนองป่าพง เป็นวัดที่มีบรรยากาศร่มรื่นเงียบสงบ เหมาะแก่การเล่าเรียนพระธรรมวินัยและปฏิบัติวิปัสสนา กัมมัฏฐาน สภาพทั่วไปเป็นหนองน้ำมีต้นพงขึ้นอยู่ทั่วไป อยู่ในอำเภอวารินชำราบ บนทางหลวง หมายเลข 2178 ห่างจากตัวอำเภอไปประมาณ 6 กม. ตัวโบสถ์เป็นสถาปัตยกรรมไทยประยุกต์สีขาวทั้งหลัง นอกจากนี้ยังมีหุ่นขี้ผึ้งของพระอาจารย์หลวงปู่ชา พระชื่อดังสายวิปัสสนา ผู้เริ่มก่อสร้างวัดนี้ ขึ้นมา และเป็นที่เคารพสักการะขอ... read more
Wat Phra That Pha Sorn Kaew  is a Buddhist monastery and temple in Khao Kor, Phetchabunin north-central Thailand, about 5 hours drive north of Bangkok. is enshrined the Buddha relics and practice of Buddhist prayer. It is a peaceful retreat surrounded by nature. The joy of nature. Be inspired to meditate. That is why happiness is close to meditation. Concentration is the cause of intelligence... read more
The ruins of this old temple are not that spectacular.  However, a visit is definitely worthwhile.  The place is very well situated within the forest.  It was established in 1355-1385 by King Kuna as a meditation place for a famous monk.  The compound has a rare statue of the starving Buddha next to the Chedi.  There's also access to an open zoo in the back of the tem... read more
This temple is 58 kms from Chiang Mai and dates from the mid 1400s.  The temple houses a collection of bronze Buddha images, and the secondary chapel contains a holy Buddha relic.... read more
Wat Analayo Thipphayaram About 7 kilometres north of town on Highway No.1 and a further 9 kilometres after a left turn is a hilltop temple, Wat Ananlayo. Covering an extensive area, cool and shady under leafy canopies of large trees, it features built and sculptures of religion-based characters by contemporary craftsmen of great skill. From here an expansive view of Kwan Phayao, the fields and the... read more
Vast, pretty, installed on the edge of a small lake, it is a beautiful place worth visiting. Its main hall in teak wood is superb, the garden with its statues including 4 big monks, one covering his ears, another covering his eyes, another covering his mouth and the other revealing his heart, 4 very well known and widespread representations in Thailand.... read more
Better known as Suan Mok,  Suan Moks founder, the late Bhikkhu Buddhadhasa, was highly respected both locally and internationally. His back to basics form of Buddhism, mirroring that led by the Buddha earliest disciples more than 2,500 years ago, attracted many Buddhist monks and lay meditators from Europe, North and South America, Australia and Japan. The enclave is devoid of extravagant cer... 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 Chai Na Meditation Centre is on Phatthanakan Thung Prang Road. Meditation courses are held for Thais and foreigners. The famous monk Phutthathat Bhikkhu established the centre as a branch of his monastery in Surat Thani. The centre is peaceful with an abundance of shady trees.... read more

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