I just loved this sweet small Wat. I visited very early about 7am and went for an actual blessing and to pay respects to Buddha more than as a tourist site visit. It is very small and sits atop a hill. It is set in lush park area. You are asked to pay $1 and worth it. Money is used for upkeep of Wat and surrounds. The Wat is very popular with the locals as it is a Wat supposedly to bring luck.
My only downer and this is with Wats in a lot of places,is the caged birds that the hawkers want you to pay to release. I hate any form of animal cruelty. This was offputting to me.
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