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Wat Ban Noi

Wat Ban Noi is one of the well-known religious attractions in Pho Talay district, Pichit province. Not only does the temple fulfill spiritual needs for local people, house a number of beautiful archit...

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Wat Bang Khlan or Wat Hiranyaram

About 12 kilometers from the district town of Pho Tha-le, or 60 kilometers south of Phichit town, is a temple called Wat Bang Khlan. It was once the residence of a highly revered monk, the late Luang ...

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Wat Hirunyaram

WatHirunyaram (Wat Bang Kran) WatHirunyaram, or commonly known as “Wat Bang Kran,” is originally called “WatWangtako.” It is located along the Nan Gao River. One of the most i...

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Wat Hua Dong

WatHua Dong is located Moo 7, TambonHua Dong, in southern part of Pichit Province, about 10 kilometersoff Pichit – TapanHin way. It was constructed in 1870. The ceremony of monastic boundary beg...

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Wat Huay Khen

WatHuayKhen WatHuayKhen is located in TambolHuayKhen, 8 kilometers off the district, along BangmookNak – Wang-nguew Road. The ancient monastery has been registered for preservation by Fine Arts...

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Wat Khao Roob Chang

On the hilltop near this temple is an old, Ayutthaya-style Chedi (or stupa) built of bricks, though its tip has crumbled. White rocks, remnants of a shrine hall, resemble the shape of an elephant (in ...

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Wat Nakhon Chum

Built in the Sukhothai period about 800 years ago, this temple features an old Ubosot (or ordination hall) built of brick and mortar and tipped with wood. Instead of windows, there are narrow openings...

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Wat Nakhon Chum

Built in the Sukhothai period about 800 years ago, this temple features an old Ubosot (or ordination hall) built of brick and mortar and tipped with wood. Instead of windows, there are narrow openings...

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Wat Pho Prathap Chang

Located in Pho Pra Thap Chang district, this ancient temple was built by an Ayutthaya king named Phra Chao Sua or King Sanphet VIII in 1701. It is believed the temple rests on his birthplace. Although...

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Wat Phra Phuttabat Khao Ruak

WatPhraPhuttabatKhaoRuak WatPhraPhuttabatKhaoRuak is located at Moo 5 in Wang Lum Sub District, 10 kilometre from TaphanHin District. The temple houses a mark of Buddha’s footprint, which is...

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