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Wat Chin Prachasamoson

Wat Chin Pracha Samoson, or Wat Leng Hok Yi, is a Chinese temple of the Mahayana Buddhist sect. It is an extension of another temple, Wat Leng Noei Yi, in Bangkok. Built in 1906, King Rama V himself g...

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Wat Phayakkha Intharam (Wat Chedi)

This temple is believed to have been built by the chief of Chachoengsao city during the reign of King Rama V in 1881. However, the main Chedi (or stupa) within is even older – built in 1873, acc...

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Wat Pho Bang Khla

Located 23 kilometers from Chachoengsao town, the Wat Pho Bang Khla was formerly called Wat Pho and is believed to have been built during the reign of King Taksin the Great (between 1767-1782). The te...

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Wat Sothonwararam Worawihan

Built during the late Ayutthaya period, Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan at first went by the name of Wat Hong. The temple houses an important Buddha image, depicted in the attitude of meditation, called ...

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Wat Uphai Phatikaram

Located on Supphakit Road near Talat Ban Mai (Ban Mai Market), Wat Uphai Phatikaram was initially a Chinese temple. However, it has since been transformed into a Vietnamese temple of the Buddhist Maha...

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