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Amphoe Mueang, Chainat
WatPhraBorommathatWorawihan is a historic temple on the bank of the Chao Phraya River. A Second Class royal temple, it has maintained its status as a national treasure since the early Ayutthaya period. Within the temple compound, an old pagoda in the U Thong style is said to house relics of the Lord Buddha and is widely-revered by local residents and Thais in general. Originally constructed with laterite in the Khmer period, the pagoda, or Chedi, was renovated during the Ayutthaya and the Rattanakosin periods. An annual fair is held to worship the relics during the full moon on the sixth lunar month.
The temple is located 4 kilometers from the provincial town of Chai Nat. To get there, from AmphoeMueang, first take Highway No. 340 and then switch to Highway No. 3183 at the Intersection. Proceed another 1 kilometer. It is also accessible by taking the Bangkok - Wat Sing bus.
The temple is open daily from 9.00 am-4.00 pm.