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Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang


Place : Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang

Location : On the north bank of Samrong Canal in Tambon Bang Phli Yai

Opening Hours : open daily

Admission : free

Located on the northern bank of Khlong Samrong in Tambon Bang Phli Yai, not too far from Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai. It was constructed around 1824 and originally called Wat Klang before changing to Wat Rat Sattha Tham and eventually Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang. The temple contains an immense reclining Buddha image of approximately 53 metres long know as Somdet Phra Sakayamuni Si Sumet Bophit. There are 4 stories inside the image itself.



Wat Suan Dok Chiang Mai

Wat Suan Dok Chiang Mai

  • The grounds of this temple were originally royal botanical gardens.
  • Way Suan Dok was founded in 1371 when King Ku Na ordered the construction of the temple and chedi to house a holy relic that the monk Sumana had discovered following a vision. Upon its entombment in the main chedi it reportedly split into two pieces. One piece was buried at this wat, and the other at Wat Doi Suthep.

Wat Phra Buddhabat




The Buddha's Footprint is found at Wat Phra Buddhabat in Saraburi Province, 20 kms. from the town of Lop Buri on the Saraburi - Lopburi route. 

Sukhothai Historical Park

  • The 13th C fortified city of Sukhothai is a World Heritage Site as nominated by UNESCO. This together with the adjoining ancient wiang cities of Si Satchanalai and Kamphaeng Phet are major tourist attractions in Thailand.
  • Today what remains of these three cities are the remains of city moats and walls, ruins [ monuments ] in brick and laterite of palaces and monasteries, lakes and waterways and military ramparts.
  • Sukhothai Historical Park covers 70 square Kilometers with 193 ruins.

Wat Phra Pathom Chedi

MDAwMDAwMDAx_Njc0MDMwOTIwMDkyMTE1MDY0NDAwMDYy.jpg Wat Phra Pathom Chedi 

On coming toward the city, the first glimpse of the towering Phra Pathom Chedi is overpowering.

Temple in the sea











Wat Khun Samut Trawat in Ban Khun Samut Chin, Samut Prakan Province in Thailand, is a Thai temple that has now become surrounded by the sea due to land erosion. The above pictures are from a video shot during a storm.



Wat Suthat

Wat1B.JPGWat Suthatthepwararam Rajaworamahavihara is another large monastery which was build from 1782 onwards. The first glimpse of 160 golden Buddha Statues is simply breathtaking as is the arrangement of the whole temple, its many statues and the large square on which the main building stands.

Wat Boromniwas (Boromniwas Temple)

Wat Boromniwas ( Wat Borom ) is near the Bo Bae Market. It was called originally Wat Nok. King Rama IV ordered the construction of this temple while he was still a monk.