#Wat Yai Noodle

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Wat Phleng
Wat Pleng is an abandoned temple in Tambon Bang Kanun, near Wat Sai Yai where there is also an entrance to this temple.

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Wat Hua Wiang
Opposite Wat Phra Non, Wat Kam Ko is a Burmese-style temple built in 1890. A special architectural feature is the cover over the passageway from the entrance arch to the chapel. It also stores text in Thai Yai script chronicling the Thai Yai history.

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Wat Khanon
More than 300 Nang Yai puppets are well preserved at this temple, some 10 kilometres from Amphoe Photharam. Nang Yai is an old form of entertainment which gathers many kinds of arts; for example, Thai sculpture and classical performances. The...

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Wat Yai Chaimongkon
Located to the Southeast of the island, this temples lofty chedi is visible from most of the town. The monastery was built in 1900 by King U-thong who granted the temple with the name Wat Pa Kaew. The intention was to create a center of Buddhist...

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Wat Sai Yai

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Wat Yai Thakkhinaram
It is known as the old monastery Viantan people had migrated to during the period of France-Laos war. Laos was defeated so they had to move to the south. One group of them called ‘Ban Yai Lao’ settled in the area of Nakhonnayok.

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Wat Sak Yai