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I expected to see something more amazing than this. Actually it was ok, the monks rode the horses to get food but what I really didn't like are 1. It's kind of business-Buddhism. 2. The food we bought they were sold before. It's like re...More
I have heard about this temple before I went there. Monks have to ride horse to the village because the temple is on the hill. When we went there, monk rode a horse back to the temple. We gave food to monk on a horse....More
When this temple was featured in the second edition of Unseen Thailand (2004), we imagined a peaceful forest monastery where monks, horse-riding to collect alms from one remote minority village to the next, lived in moderation. A decade later we finally had a chance to...More