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Not far away from the central of Lampang province is the 500-years old temple called Wat Pongsanuk. Compared to nearby temples, this place has unique architecture including Sanctuary of the Thousand Buddha located in southern part. Guessing by name, this sanctuary has numerous Buddha image,...More
This temple complex is divided into North and South. Main attraction is in the South section . There is main monastery with unique square with 4buddha statues sitting on each side of main pillar, facing out in 4 directions. Down the hill, there is open...More
After a month in Thailand, we were getting tired of visiting temples. Each one is a bit different, but, after a while, you feel, "temples are temples!" We were glad, though we stopped here. When we went there early April after lunch during the week,...More
Very imprssive wat ,with good landscaping.The naga bridge at the rear and waterwheel are so tranquil.Oldest parts have interesting Ramakien murals which sadly need restoration ,see them now.Again some areas of wat prohibit women.
One of the loveliest wats (of many!) We have visited in Thailand. There are two seperate temples on the same site.
The Lanna style one has a very lovely interior whilst the old Burmese pagoda style with the golden chedis next to it is especially...More
It is hard to say what makes one Thai wat special and another pedestrian. Whatever the answer, this one falls within the special group. All of us agreed that it was somehow very unique and appealing, with a potent air of spirituality.
It is a...More
Unimpressive temple but I recommend a visit to see Reclining Buddha so worth seeing in a nutshell.This place is huge so wear comfy shoes and clothes. Lots of tourists so come as early as possible. Thb 100 entry during the day plus a small bottle...More
There are many temples in Lampang, this one we selected from a brochure from the Indra ceramic outlet. With limited time we stop and slowly walked around the temple, it is ornate and a lot of history at this location. The reclining Buddha is quite...More