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Pak Khlong Makham Thao Temple (Luang Pu Suk Temple)

Wat Pak KhlongMakhamThao, otherwise known as WatLuangpu Suk, is a historic temple situated at the mouth of a canal called KhlongMakhamThao. Legend has it there was an old tamarind tree, or “Makh...

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Phra Borommathat Wora Wihan Temple

This temple is located at Ban Thai Mueang, Chai Nat sub-district, Mueang District. It is the second class royal monastery. It has been respectable since early Ayutthaya period. Inside the temple is Bo...

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Phra Kaeo Temple

Phra Kaeo Temple is located at Mu 10 Ban Bang Nam Phra, Phraek Si Racha sub-district, about two kilometers from Sankha Buri district to the south. It was built in the same period as Mahathat Temple in...

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Song Sawoei Temple

Song Sawoei Temple is located at Ban Nong Khae, Mu 1, Nong Noi sub-district, Wat Sing district, Chai Nat province. On October 16, 1908 (Rattanakosin Era 127), King Rama V or King Chulalongkorn went to...

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Thammamun Wora Wihan Temple

This temple has been respected by people in Chai Nat province since the Ayutthaya period. It is located on Thammamun hillside along the Chao Phraya River in Thammamun sub-district, about 2 km from Mue...

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Wat Intharam

This Chao Phraya River-side century-old temple is known for its twin belfries and scripture hall, amongst other sacred structures. The scripture hall is located in the center of a pond and is decorate...

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Wat Karuna

Located across from the Chao Phraya Dam reception building, this temple enshrines a large sandstone Buddha image named PhraPhutthamahaSila, widely regarded as the most beautiful in Chai Nat. It is bel...

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Wat Khaotapra

Khaotapra was established as a Tambon in 1911. It was first governed by a headman Khun Pakdee Kongsinsatan. Due to the landscape and local settlement on hills, residents agreed to construct a temple f...

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Wat Klai Kangwon or Khao Saraphatdi Si Charoen Tham

An ancient temple dating back to the Lop Buriera(9th – 12th century), WatKlaiKangwon was abandoned for some time but later underwent major restorations in 1967. Ruins of an ordination hall remai...

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Wat Mahatat Chainat

Wat Mahatat Chainat, located at Moo 8, Tambon Praeksriracha, is formerly called Wat Pratat or Wat Huamuang. It is one of the oldest temples in Muang Praek or Muang Sun. In 1901, King Rama V made a jou...

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