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We went often to the great bakery across the street (Crust Bakery) and would watch the changing face of this temple.
People were always coming and going to buy local street food and to go and pray. Very active in the mornings with parents taking...More
Newly built temple, very colorful and catching the eye of by passer. Entry fee 20 baht for foreign visitor, but often there’s no one to sell tickets. Good general explanation in English. Nice attraction worth spending 15 minutes or so.
If your in Ko Chang you probably went because of the beaches. And the other things are a by-the-way ...This temple is lovely and adds to the ambience of the place but if you are making a trip all the way to visit it specifically...More
The Temple is on the quiet east side of Koh Change and is a picturesque drive from the ferry point, you will spend a lot of time admiring the work which built this temple which is very colourful. It is approximately 1 hrs drive from...More
Situated on the remote east side of the island this temple suddenly appears out of the blue due to its colour. It is well maintained and you have to pay to go inside - ladies make sure that you cover up. I don’t mean to...More
On the eastside of the island (it's a bit of a drive..but beatiful, with hardly any hotels...more thai than on the west side) you find this beatiful temple...worth a visit.
Combine it with a great seafood lunch at the fishrestaurant on the pier of Salak...More
Temple is really very similar to many other tempels around Thailand, but what was really interesting that when you walk a bit further there is monk school and we were there just when they were praying together and it was amazing to here it and...More