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Kow Kune temple or Kow Nang Buach temple (Pra Ajarn Tummachod monk' temple)

Kow Nang Buach temple, or in the other name called Kow Kune temple locates at Nang Buach district, amphur Derm Bang Nang Buach, Supanburi province. It locates far to the north about 51 kilometers. For...

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Puhangnak

Puhangnak , formally known as “U Thong Tawaravadee Buddhist Site Stone Park”, is a part of Pu Muang forest park in U Thong province. Nowadays, Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Admi...

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Wat Baan Krang

Wat Baan Krang is situated at BaanKrangSub-District, Sri Prachan District, Suphanburi. It lies on the west of Suphanburi river (Thajeen river) with the area of 116 acres. The sanctuary of the temple w...

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Wat Derm Bang

Wat Derm Bang is located on 233 Moo 1 in the district of Derm Bang Nang Buad in Supanburi. It is situated to the East of Ta Jeen River, approximately 55 kilometers out of the city center. The temple w...

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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 Kao Dee Salak

Wat Kao Dee Salak is located in Moo 5 in the district of Donka merely 8 kilometers away from U-Tong. The temples’ significant attraction is the imitation of Lord Buddha’s footstep where, i...

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Wat Kao Prasee San-Petchayaraam (originally Wat Kao-Pra)

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 statues...

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Wat Khae

Wat Khae, which was mentioned in the Thai literary epic “Khun Chang-KhunPhaen”, 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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