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Wat Burapharam Phra Aram Luang (to give its full title) is thought to have been built in the Thonburi Monarchy era of Thai history, dating it back to the mid 18th century. This would make it as old as Surin City itself, which was given...More
In the centre of Surin, nice Buddha statues and veneration of some Abbottts of the Wat. The Buddha statue in the first shrine is Thailand's national Buddha, the original statue stands in Phitsanulok.
Here you have the possibility to release little birds for good luck....More
Nothing special but well worth an hour of your time walking around the grounds, observing the Buddhist monks and admiring the architectural. As I was staying nearby I am glad I visited this Wat but would not go out of my way for the sole...More
Wat Burapharam is the grandest of the many Buddhist temples in Surin, in Thailand's north west.
It is right in the middle of town, so is easy to get to.
It comprises several temple buildings, and other buildings, including administrative offices and monks' dormitories.