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This place is really made very well. An hours drive from Bangkok. They have many status, 1 of Chinese Goddess, 2 of Ganesha one lying down and another with many heads, and a beautiful lotus in water which you can walk on. This lotus looks...More
We went to the Wat yesterday and had a nice time. The weather was good, not to hot and we where getting a lovely breeze off the river and this made it all the nicer. There is a large market around it and we had...More
It looks nice, but really just feels like they have created a money-making tourist destination, and not a real temple. Every time I go there are more ways you can 'make merit', which all cost money. I realise that these places have upkeep costs, and...More
Visited Thailand's biggest Ganesh Temple, observed that majority of visitors were Thai citizens. Amazed to listen Ganesh Aarti's & Hindi songs.
This spot is having 3 big murties of God Ganesh, God Brahma-Vishnu-Mahesh and Chinese God.
Atmosphere was very good and holy. Maintained cleanliness like...More
The giant Reclining Ganesha which is said to be the biggest in Thailand. It is 16 meters high and 22 meters long. Ganesha is a Hindu deity and has an elephant head and four arms. Images of Ganesha are widely seen across India and Nepal....More
This is a large temple complex very well organised for a Thai family day out. A fascinating collection of gods here to pray to and to donate to. Very much off the beaten track for foreign tourists. Easy to spend a couple of hours looking...More
Situated near the river, many religious colorful figures greet the visitor on entering the area. Of special interest is a structure enclosed with tulip like petals and accessible on a long ramp as it is on the river. Part of Buddha's bone is reported to...More
You do not say where you are starting from, so it is a bit hard to answer your question. But if you are in Chachoengsao City and do not have a car, the best way would be by taxi. But I suggest you negotiate the fare... More
You do not say where you are starting from, so it is a bit hard to answer your question. But if you are in Chachoengsao City and do not have a car, the best way would be by taxi. But I suggest you negotiate the fare before you start.
The temple does not cost anything, but there are many stalls selling souvenirs, food and drinks.