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Wat Doem Bang

This temple houses a variety of antique curios. Amongst them is a pulpit built by a Chinese artisan. The construction of this Chinese-Thai mixed artwork was begun in 1915 and finished in 1923. It is n...

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Wat Hua Khao

Altogether 212 auspicious steps lead visitors up a hill to this temple, named Wat Hua Khao. Each year, the temple organizes a well-attended merit-making ceremony, called “Tak Bat Thewo”, o...

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Wat Khae

Wat Khae, which was mentioned in the Thai literary epic “Khun Chang-Khun Phaen”, is home to a thousand year-old tamarind tree. In the story, it is believed that Master Khong taught the art...

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Wat Khao Di Salak

This hilltop temple compound is home to a unique object: a replica of the Lord Buddha’s footprint, dating from between 9th-11th century AD, incised in bas-relief on red sandstone. The rectangula...

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

Phra Achan Thammachot, after whom this mountaintop temple was named, was a Buddhist monk who played an important role in Bang Rachan villagers’ battle against Burmese troops. Known for his exper...

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Wat Khao Phra Si Sanphetchayaram or Wat Khao Phra

It is believed that this hilltop temple was founded during the Dvaravati period as much archaeological evidence has been uncovered from that era. These include many stone Buddha statues, stone statue...

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Wat Khwang Weruwan

This temple is home to a 400 year-old Buddha image from the Dvaravati period, called in the local dialect “Mueang Naret”. Wat Khwang Weruwan is located in Amphoe Doem Bang Nang Buat, Supha...

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Wat No Phutthangkun or Wat Makham No

This serene temple, built in the early Rattanakosin period, is located in Tambon Phihandaeng, Amphoe Mueang. Buddhists flock to the sacred site to admire beautiful murals lining the interior of the ol...

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Wat Pa Lelai Worawihan

This ancient royal temple, believed to have been built some 800 years ago when Suphan Buri was a prosperous community, bears the emblem of King Rama IV on its gable. A huge seated Buddha image named &...

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Wat Pa Phrueks Fish Sanctuary

Located inside a temple, this fish sanctuary is home to large schools of indigenous fish, including the Nile tilapia, the beautiful iridescent shark-catfish, and the black-eared catfish. A 100-meter f...

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