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Wat Asokaram

Built by Dhammayuttika monk, Phra Acharn Lee Thammawaro in 1962, this temple is famous for practicing meditation for its lush surrounding. And once you’re there, don’t forget to visit Phra...

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Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang

Located on the bank of Samrong Canal in Tambon Bang Phli Yai, the temple was built around the year 1824 with different names changed. But the highlight of the temple remains at the huge reclining Budd...

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Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai and Old Market

Only 500 meters from the Tako pond popular for the water sports, this temple was formerly known as Wat Phlapphla Chai Chana Songkhram as it was built to commemorate King Naraesuan the Great’s vi...

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Wat Klang Worawihan

Previously known as Wat Takothong, this stunning royal temple is located in Tambon Pak Nam and built in the late Ayutthaya period. The main building was renovated during the reign of King Rama III to ...

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Wat Protketchettharam

Known among the locals as this temple is the only Thai-Buddhism in Phra Pradaeng community where the rest is the Mon-Buddhism sect. Built by Phraya Phetphichai during the reign of King Rama II, the un...

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Wat Songtham Worawihan

This old Mon-Buddhism temple was constructed in the same time as Muang Nakhon Khuaenkhan (Phra Pradaeng in the present) during the reign of King Rama III. The huge Phra Raman Chedi was built in Mon st...

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