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Wat Chumphon Khiri

The temple was built approximately 200 years ago and had been under several restorations, including the construction of the new chedi in the same architectural style as that of the Chawedagong in Myan...

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Wat Don Kaeo

This temple houses is the Thailand's biggest and most beautiful marble Burmese-style Buddha image. The width of the image base is 50 inches while the height is 63 inches. Opening hours: 6am-5 pm

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Wat Mani Banphot

This temple houses the famous Saen Thong Buddha Image, which was castedThis temple houses the famous Saen Thong Buddha Image, which was casted in the Chiang Saen era and can be dated back to the late ...

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Wat Mani Phraison

Wat Manee Pharison features a unique Samphuttae Chedi. On top of the big chedi, there are 233 small chedis that house 512,028 small Buddha images. In addition, on the site is a chapel that is over 200...

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Wat Phra Boromthat and Ancient Tak City

The area of Wat Phra Boromthat in Amphoe Ban Tak is the former site of Ancient Tak City lying along the bank of Maenam Ping, approximately 25 kilometers north of the City, the site contains several ru...

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Wat Phra That Doi Hin Kiu

Overlooking Maenam Moei and Myanmar is Wat Phra That Doi Hin Kiu, a hill-top forest temple, just 11 kilometers northwest of Mae Sot. The chedi is special as it is constructed in the same style as Kyai...

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Wat Si Talaram

The most unique feature of Wat Sri Talaram is its European-style architecture, reflected in its ordination hall. In addition, enshrined within the sermon hall made of carved wood is an ancient Ayuthay...

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Wat Thai Wattanaram

The temple was originally known as Wat Thai Yai as the construction of the temple was greatly influenced by Burmese culture and Mahayana Buddhism. Enshrined within the temple is a reclining Buddha ima...

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