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Wat Doem Bang

the temple houses precious wooden pulpit carved delicately in a mixed Thai and Chinese style by a Chinese artisan which was finished in 1923. The temple also keeps oyster shell alms bowl cover, ceremo...

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Wat Hua Khao

The temple’s entrance is at kilometre 2 or 3, and then 212 steps lead to the temple on the hill. To mark the end of Buddhist Lent, the temple always organise a large merit-making ceremony on the...

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Wat Khae

The ancient temple is located in Amphoe Mueang, two kilometres north of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. Wat Khae, which was mentioned in Thai literature ‘Khun Chang Khun –Phaen, houses a hug...

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Wat Khao Di Salak

The hilltop temple is located in Tambon Don Kha, 8 kilometres from downtown Amphoe U Thong. It houses quite a special Buddha’s footprint, a bas-relief footprint carved out of red sandstone. The ...

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Wat Khao Khuen or Wat Khao Nang Buat (Wat Phra Achan Thammachot)

The temple is located on Nang Buat mountain at kilometre 138-139 of Highway 340, 51 kilometres from downtown. A former monk resident of this temple, Phra Achan Thammachot, played a key role in the anc...

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Wat Khao Phra Si Sanphetchayaram or Wat Khao Phra

The ancient temple can be accessed from a sub-road about 2 kilometres off Malai Maen Road, in Amphoe U Thong downtown, close to the clock tower. It is presumed that this hilltop temple was founded sin...

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Wat Khwang Weruwan

The temple houses a 400 year-old Buddha image from the Dvaravati period.

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Wat No Phutthangkun or Wat Makham No

Wat No Phutthangkun or Wat Makham NoThe calm temple, built in the early Rattanakosin period, is located 2 kilometres north of Wat Phra Loi along Highway 3507 on the west bank of the Tha Chin River. Bu...

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Wat Pa Lelai

This is a very old temple located on the west bank of the river on Malaimaen Road in the town. It is believed to have been built some 800 years ago when Suphan Buri was a prosperous community. A huge ...

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Wat Pa Phrueks Fish Sanctuary

The temple is located in Tambon Ban Laem, 17 kilometres from downtown. Motorists can use Highway 340 till kilometre 86 then turn onto Highway 3351 for ten kilometres.Around the temple’s watersid...

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