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Wat Thaton is more than worth a visit. Located high above the village / area and here you also have a beautiful view. Temple itself is also more than worth a visit. It is actually also a place where instruction on Buddhism is also given....More
The Wat Thaton temple is located on the mountain overlooking the small rural village of Thaton, which is near Mai Ai and Fang. It has 9 levels which you can easily drive up the road to each level and then to the level 8. Level...More
Wat Thaton is a very impressive temple due to its prominent hilltop position. But even more exciting is the spectacular panoramic view down toward the valley. As there might be some mist early in the morning you should visit this place later than 10 AM...More
The temple was on the hill closed to Kok river. You have to drive carefully because of the slopy and narrow road. At the temple you can see a good view. There are many Buddha statues. It is good for making merit here.
As recommended by our driver Ping, we paid a visit there. It was almost an hour's drive from Singha Park. When we got there, we hurriedly walked up the pagoda as it was already late in the afternoon. It was a huge pagoda where it...More
Don't want to repeat all the info in other reviews, but this is a must-do if anywhere in the area. The huge thing at the top (temple/chedi/pagoda -- don't know what to call it) is like nothing I've ever seen in Thailand with awesome views...More
The temple complex is on 9 levels ( over a few km, you’ll need your own wheels) each with something to see. Not all are impressive but some are spectacular making this temple one among those that can be visited without being too bored. On...More
Quite big and spread out temple complex, with steep road leading to the top (car accessible). No entry fee. View from top are truly majestic. Main temple building on top has some interesting exhibits to look at and pretty Chinese paintings. Worth visiting if you...More