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We are perennial visitors to Thailand and have covered most of the country but this Wat was of a different order. Just off the smaller highway in Den Chai it features a massive, yes really massive reclining Buddha and the oddest huge elephant faced gold...More
This was a unique temple that we passed while transporting from Sukhothai area to Chiang Rai. Open to the public for viewing, no fee. Worth walking around the grounds and taking photos of the unique architecture.
Amazing reclining buddha in front of very ornate but pretty temple. There are quite a few symbols that relate to Burmes buddhism. The coloured glass work is pretty and the wall paintings are interesting. Very peaceful location.
Mrs. Monta Devi
Songkran year 2559 (2016) First Champa flower shaped bracelet. Costume sapphire glass. Foodstuffs, milk and butter. The right hand needle His left hand stick Coming back on embryos Trust (donkey), but in the north of Thailand. It called Mrs.manta
Prediction: If Wednesday...More
What a magnificent structure. Just off Hwy 11 we stopped in to have a look at this place. It was a very hot day, so heading for shade was quickly done.
The main wall is about 150 metres long with the large reclining buddha resting...More
It is located about 5 kilometers outside of Den Chai, it is not really listed anywhere but it is right on the main road to Chang Mai. The Buddha is worth the visit alone but behind the Buddha is a Temple that is really worth...More
Many people see and pass this Wat, easily identified by the huge reclining Buddha from the road but it is worth taking the road up the hill to look further.
The courtyard of the Wat is very nicely laid out as are the building outside....More
If you go to this site, look at the huge reclining Buddha by all means, but please walk up the right side and then turn left into the temple. Tranquility at its best. We were the only ones in the compound and it was so...More