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The grounds are large and pretty and lots of locals attend it regularly. The main temple facade is great. There is a story that goes with this temple that makes it very special.
Like all temples respectfull dress is expected. Quite near the riverside promenade...More
This is a very famous temple in Nongkhai that every Thai visitors must visit when come to Nongkhai. The Buddha statue in the chapel, Luangpor Pra Sai, ages several centuries and believe to be very sacred and widely respected by Thais and Laos. A long...More
If you plan on visiting, maybe come with someone who can explain the stories and background of the temple to you or come with a guided tour if possible. I made a point to come here and was only there for about 5 minutes, you...More
This was a bonus for me. I visited Nong Khai to go see Sala Kaew Ku and see the Budha statues but had enough time to go visit this temple and it turned out to be well worth the time. It is a stop you...More
Here reclining Buddha is the main attraction. Photography is allowed inside, You need to remove shoe and carry that in a bag ( bag will be provided by temple)
All major point of visit are located close to each other, Grand Palance,