This Temple is centrally located in the City. If you are using Taxies to get around ensure you use only metered ones as non metered will charge you more. Try not to use the onsite wash rooms, they are dirty & smell. You are required...More
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Recommend to prepare 30-40 minutes in the evening for joining the prayer with monks and locals. Do like the local is better than do as the tourist, to make you absorb the atmosphere and can enjoy the historical temple.
Wat Yai houses Phra Phuttha Chinnarat, said to be Thailand's most beautiful Buddha image. It's a busy temple with many Thai families paying homage to the Buddha. The grounds show their Khmer influence and are finely restored.
We went out of our way to visit this temple and were not disappointed. It has features of several styles not surprising as this was and is a crossroads city. There are several buildings with rows of Buddha statues in the corridors between them. A...More
This place called in short as "Wat Yai" (in Thai means "Grand temple") is one of the most historical temple in Phitsanulok province, or to more precise, in Thailand. Inside the grand hall is Phra phuttha chinnarat (means "The lord who victor over all karma"),...More
Arrive took shoes off - men shorts ok - woman cover knees - always travel serong thailand - sun - child and temples. Men you can wrap a sarong around knees walk in they will laugh - use word "borbanyang" instead of mai ben rai...More