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Wat Amphawan

Wat Amphawan is located in Phrom Buri sub-district along Highway 36 at km 130. It is famous for insight meditation. Phra Ratchasuthi Yan Mongkhon (Luang Pho Charan Thitathammo) is the abbot. Most peop...

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Wat Bot

This royal temple, dating from the Ayutthaya period, once lay abandoned, though the ordination hall has since been renovated. The ordination hall, or Ubosot, has a unique feature: its base is composed...

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Wat Champathong

The origin of Wat Champathong is still unknown. It was said that, formerly, its name was “Wat Maethong” which is the founder’s name. Maethong, the founder, built the temple for her s...

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Wat Klangthakham

Wat Klangthakham is located at Mu 3, Thakham sub-district, Bangrachan district. In the old times, it had no name, so it was called “Wat Klang” (Klang means “Center”) since it w...

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Wat Kradang-Nga Buppharam

Wat Kradang-Nga Buppharam was probably built in Ayudhaya Era as its structure and materials are Ayudhaya-style. The founder of the temple was possibly a right-hand of the King Mahathammarachathirat, t...

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Wat Kudithong

Wat (Wat means temple) has been the center of Thai communities since the old times. Hence, there are numerous almost everywhere in Thailand, including Singburi province. Wat Kudithong is one of the te...

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Wat Muang

It was assumed that Wat Muang was constructed in the early Rattanakosin Period in 1822. Formerly, as there were a large number of mango trees, it was called ‘Wat Muang’. Its area is 11 rai...

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Wat Phikun Thong

To locals, this temple is known as Wat LuangphoPhae, named after a revered Buddhist monk and former abbot of the temple. Within the temple compound is the Luangpho Phae Museum, which exhibits the monk...

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Wat Pho Kao Ton or Wat Mai Daeng

This temple was once the stronghold of Bang Rachan villagers who resisted invading Burmese troops in 1765. Villagers call it “Wat Mai Daeng” as there are many redwoods on the temple ground...

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Wat Phra Non Chakkrasi Worawihan

Wat Phra Non Chakkrasi Worawihan is a royal temple of the third class. It is believed that the temple predates the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Inside the Wihan (or image hall), a large reclining Buddha image i...

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