Wat Nak Prok
Wat Nak Prok
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CSK
Singapore, Singapore118 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022
Not easy to find. Advisable to book a taxi/car for 1-1.5 hrs from City Centre. Drive there is about 20mins from Sukhumvit.
Take BTS to Wutthakat (nearest BTS).
I went on 15 May 2022, Vesak (Bucha) Day. More people at the temple praying. In a remote district, not easy to navigate for non locals.

One of my favourite temple/Buddha to visit when I am in Bangkok.
Written 18 May 2022
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jajavalB
Lampang, Thailand3,815 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Solo
This temple complex is very easily accessible by both car/BTS sky train(wutthakat station) , hiding in the small lane crossing the ditch with green trees. Coming from BTS , I reached the beautiful monastery with extravagant painted doors , and then walking through the main temple ground with Luang Po To. At the main entrance on Thoedthai road, there are food hawkers lining along both sides. It's so fantastic for street food.
Written 5 October 2018
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ReneeDec2012
Singapore, Singapore320 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Friends
Visited this temple under my friend’s recommendation and was truly amazed by the Buddha statutes and surrounding.

It’s mainly visited by locals and one should take time to explore this amazing temple.
Written 15 September 2018
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CSK
Singapore, Singapore118 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Solo
The temple of Phra Nak Prok (The Buddha Protected by Naga King). Take a taxi from Wutthakat BTS and should reach around 50 bahts by meter. Practically not a tourist attraction temple.
Very nice Buddha statues in the temples. Many statues all around. There are a few sections in the Temple.
Written 6 May 2016
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Valter M
Milan, Italy3,428 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
Thai Buddhist temple located in Phasi Charoen district, It can be considered as one of the most distinctive temples in the district. The temple was supposedly built in the year 1748 during the late Ayutthaya period. The Buddha image was later housed inside vihāra and ubosot. The temple is named Wat Nak Prok in honor of Luang Pho Nak Prok, the holiest Buddha image made of bronze in Naga Prok attitude (under the shelter of seven-headed Nāga) made of mortar housed inside the vihāra. The temple is now undergoing maintenance.
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Written 21 October 2023
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