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Address: Bang Khun Phrom Sub-District, Bangkok, Thailand

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Large scale Buddha. Very beautiful. Nothing to spend hours looking at but the little temple outside is also very beautiful and ornate. Coconut ice cream right outside was the... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 5 April 2016
Paris, France
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Paris, France
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 April 2016 via mobile

Large scale Buddha. Very beautiful. Nothing to spend hours looking at but the little temple outside is also very beautiful and ornate. Coconut ice cream right outside was the highlight. Only 40 baht. Buddha is free!

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Pune, India
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 March 2016

I was on business trip and i got a day spare so wanted to do some sight seeing, so when i asked the hotel front desk they suggested me to go to Wat Indra Viharn, Its cool and silent place and easily accessible. over all a nice and worth visiting place.

Thank Brij00781
Kedainiai, Lithuania
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 March 2016 via mobile

We went to the market and accidentally saw the huge Buddha which was spectacular! A lot of locals come to pray there so we didn't stay for long. Must visit if you go to Bangkok!

Thank Ilona K
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

Actually ,I've just know this fantastic Standing Buddha (Lung-pho-To) at Wat Intrarawihan Or know as "WAT INN" for Thais. The temple separate the area by Category sauch as... Place for worshipping Lung-phao-To, the area for Chainese Buddha such as KwunImm Images and ohers royals and the place for pay respected on our ancient Kings. There is one coffee shop there,... More 

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Fresno, California
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 February 2016

The tall budda was a sight but I was more interested in the many feet of little cubbyholes holding urns. Many of the urns had photos or paintings of the person in the urn. Was just curious and interesting to me.

Thank Christina0559
Canberra, Australia
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 January 2016

Wat Indra Viharn is centred around a very large and golden Buddha. The tuk tuk drivers all call it the big Buddha. Worth a visit without having the grandeur of wat Po or the emerald buddha

Thank Greg C
Appleton, Wisconsin
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 January 2016

As far as we could tell visiting this temple was free. We did not go at a busy time, so we got some nice pictures of the very tall Buddha which we could see from our hotel room a few blocks away. There were a number of different structures around, but we made a bee line for the tall Buddha... More 

Thank Leah M
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 December 2015 via mobile

A family member had wanted to consult with a monk at Wat Indharavihan and hence this visit. We took a long tail boat to a nearby pier, and walked 10 minutes to this wat. This Wat sits on quite a sizeable piece of land, and there is a 100-foot Buddha statue on site. During our visit, there were quite a... More 

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Alhaurin de la Torre, Spain
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 September 2015

This 32 metre high statue is quite something! There are other statues around and it is interesting to see that people buy small pieces of gold leaf and rub them onto the statue of their choice. Another way of making an offering, apart from the usual fruit, food, flowers or incense.

Thank Susan K
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 August 2015

This temple has a giant 100 foot Buddha statue with some Buddha relics in it. An annual temple festival is held for 10 days during the month of May. This is the time of festivities and prayers by monks. At other times, this temple is quiet as it is off the beaten track. Worth visiting for its peaceful surroundings.

Thank nellielim

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