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Wat Kampaeng Laeng

Wat Kampaeng Laeng was originally a Hindu shrine which was built around 1200 – 1250, during the reign of King Jayavarman VII of the Khmer Empire. The outer wall was constructed from piled sandst...

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Wat Kamphaeng Laeng

This monastery is the biggest and oldest ancient remains in Phetchaburi. It was built in 13 A.D. when the influence of ancient Khmer culture expanded to this area. Originally, there were five prangs (...

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Wat Khao Bandai It

This ancient temple was built in Ayutthaya period on the top of a 121-meter-tall hill. The temple, situated 2 kilometers south of Khao Wang, is special for its beautiful and unique arts on ubosot (Bud...

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Wat Khao Takhrao

The temple, which is located at Ban Laem District, 12 kilometers from Phetchaburi City, houses a highly respected Buddha image locally known as Luang Pho Khao Takhrao. The image was found in Mae Klong...

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Wat Khao Takrao

The temple is home to Luang Por Khao Takrao, which is an image of Buddha in the subduing Mara position. The statue is 29 inches long and 21 inches wide. It is said that Luang Por Khao Takrao is one of...

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Wat Kuti

The temple is located at Bang Khem sub-district, north of Khao Yoi District. It houses a 150-year-old Bot (Buddhism ordination hall) made entirely from carved teak wood. The outer surfaces of the wall...

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Wat Kuti

Located in Bang Khem Sub District, Khao Yoi District, Petchaburi Province, Wat Kuti is a teak temple of which the exterior of the ubosot has scenes from the Buddhist Jakata stories carved on all sides...

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Wat Maha That Worawiharn

Situated by Phetchaburi River in the town center, the large white pagoda of WatMaha That is a mixture of the late Ayutthaya and early Rattanakosin style with an adaptation of Khmer ancient monastery. ...

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Wat Mahathat Worawiharn

Situated by Phetchaburi River in the town center, the large white pagoda of Wat Maha That is a mixture of the late Ayutthaya and early Rattanakosin style with an adaptation of Khmer ancient monastery....

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Wat Neranchararam

At the north end of Cha Am beach stands WatNeranchararam. The name of thetemple is deliberately given to pair with Mrigadayavan Palace, a royal residence built by King Rama VI. They are named afterNer...

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