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I was interested in the review by Vmunday and believe I have the answer. Visiting the temple in November last, I also checked out the older temple behind the complex. It seems the revered monk is not dead but was usurped which explains why the...More
Wat Lung Por Thor & Wat Non Kum are the same...
The complex has at least three architectonial nice buildings. Surrounded by lakes in a nice and well kept garden.
It is not in a tourist area, most visitors are Thai tourists.
Worth to see...More
I was a bit disappointed with this attraction, it promised so much when we saw it from the road. On arrival you’re greeted by the rather impressive grounds and lakes, they’re very well tended and it’s the first time I’ve seen swans in a long...More
we stopped by my last trip to Thailand and took the wife, daughter and myself. It is beautiful area, and they are still adding on a new temple it looked like. I would recommend a visit if you are in the area.
Stopped off here for a couple of hours whilst driving through Thailand
An absolutely stunning place
You can feel the peace and tranquility
They are still building but it is serene
The west itself is so impressive
A must visit if in the area
Our friend took us here. "Let's visit a temple before we go to the hotel." Ok, I love temples so I thought it was a good idea. But wow! It was absolutely breathtaking! Walking around in the gardens looking at this amazing piece of art....More
We stopped at the Wat Non Kum Temple on our drive from Bangkok to Udon Thani. It's one of the most beautiful I've ever seen and without the crowds and smog of Bangkok, our visit was truly spiritual! The restrooms have accommodations for handicapped and...More
This temple is located on the side road of motor way to Korat.
We passed this temple at night and saw a beautiful lights lit on. So I marked this place to stop by before we go back to Bangkok.
The temple itself was spectacular....More