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Admittedly it is another temple but still worth your time if you’re able to visit as it gives another insight into the history of the location and into the way of life here for the monks. Very intricate details in the design and architecture too.
Located along Chao Fa Ngum Road, entrance is by a short flight of steps flanked by silver naga balustrades. In the compound are a few stupas, a drum house and quarters for the monks. Next door to this temple is Wat That.
Wat Hosian Voravihane is a Buddhist wat (temple ) The wat was named in a 1548 ceremony by King Settathirat There have been many reconstructions over the year
An active temple, the grounds include living quarters for the monks, and a school building . It's...More