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Beautiful temple with the Buddha breast bone relic in the chedi. I walked around it 3 times and sat down to meditate. There was a rain shower. In the warm rain I had a strong feeling of. ‘Why do I follow the kilesas? What do...More
the iconic ancient historical sacred temple of people in this area, the place was well maintained and organized.
the temple has located in the middle of small town, hence it's quite convenient to travel by several alternative transportation options.
The temple is outside of the major tourist routes and I would be hard pressed to say this place is worth a visit unless you are passing by for any reason. Misunderstand me right, the temple is beautiful, it is revered by the Thais and...More
This is one of the 12 major Buddhist Temples in Thailand. It is somewhat off the beaten path. It is rumored that it is a depository for the Buddha collar bone. There is a festival here around the beginning of February and in the last...More
The lightening effect make the wat looks beautiful at night. Located near the Mekong river give a windy and chill experience while visiting at night (for me, lol). When you're coming here in January, they were held festival, many vendors are open their stand near...More
It has very good atmosphere and a special history. Following the local people's slow walk around the stupa gives you peace of mind and many smiles of recognition. Bring some flowers and incense, - do like the locals!
This temple is for Thai people, not for the average Western tourist. But I went because I wanted to see how special it was for them. The temple as such is quite impressive and there are lots of Buddha statues surrounding the complex. But what...More
Hi there - well - there are 2 options. If you're not a Thai person it is about the following possibility's : 1. Private taxi is about 1500 Baht total, and if you are 4 persons, it will be 1500/4=375 Baht each. 2. A mini bus... More
Hi there - well - there are 2 options. If you're not a Thai person it is about the following possibility's : 1. Private taxi is about 1500 Baht total, and if you are 4 persons, it will be 1500/4=375 Baht each. 2. A mini bus can maybe carry about 8 persons, and it could be around 400 Baht each.
If you're a Thai person, the price is more than below half the price - often 25% of the price, So a Thai person would be able to pay only about 100 Baht, or even less if they know someone who knows someone.
The trip is a 1 hour - if you drive directly from airport to That Phanom.
Have a nice tour - mikael