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In fact, the reclining Buddha is on a scale comparable to the one in Bangkok. Apart from the Buddha, the temple consists of multiple buildings spread around the grounds and it is definitely recommended to see everything, also for the views from the pagoda
There is a very large reclining Buddha here which is definitely worth seeing if you are in Chanthaburi. I was shown how to do a prayer walk around the Buddha and offer flowers and gold leaf - it's a very peaceful place. It is in...More
Wat Phai Lom is in the heart of Chanthaburi and in terms of the ground it occupies, is the largest temple in town, occupying what normally would be four city blocks.
It has many temples, buildings, stupas, and monasteries, set in a largely concrete paved...More
we were helped to give a puja (offering to the reclining Buddha) an offering of flowers and gold leaf and we lit a candle and incense and did a prayer walk around the huge statue and the energy was palpable. I like the grounds outside...More
I was lucky enough to take part in a munk ordination ceremony at this temple. My two step sons played the drums for the new munk. I find that visitors are very welcome at the temples of Thailand, no matter the occasion as long as...More
The Reclining Buddha is the Buddha statue for those borned on a Tuesday. So there are seven positions of Buddha for each day of the week.
The huge Buddha is built beautifully. Visiting there while you traveling Chanthaburi Province is recommended. You will be blessed...More