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Wat King Kaew

23 King kaeo Rd. Moo 13 | Rachathewa Subdistrict, 10540, Thailand
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An amazing temple, very close to Bangkok International Airport.

Wat King Kaew is one of the best temples we have visited in SE Asia. It has a huge Buddha... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
David B
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Greater Sydney, Australia
A unique experience for visiting temple

It's a huge temple with many quiet places to sit and meditates. The main attraction I've found in... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2016
Nuttida Y
via mobile
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19 Mar 2018
“An amazing temple, very close to Bangkok International Airport.”
27 Jan 2016
“A unique experience for visiting temple”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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23 King kaeo Rd. Moo 13 | Rachathewa Subdistrict, 10540, Thailand
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Wat King Kaew is one of the best temples we have visited in SE Asia. It has a huge Buddha, beautifully clothed & maintained. There are so many shrines and other buildings, fountains, etc. The gardens are amazing with many varieties of garden gnomes, however...More

2  Thank David B
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Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

It's a huge temple with many quiet places to sit and meditates. The main attraction I've found in this temple for me are the temple animals. There are pigs, turkey, dogs, fishes, goats, sheep, cows and buffalo for you to feed. It's a fun way...More

3  Thank Nuttida Y
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Reviewed 3 December 2015

I went to Wat king kaew once. On November. 23, 2015. I need to say that there are so many animals there. I visited this place on a Monday afternoon at about 3:40 PM. It is certainly a peaceful place. I went there with my...More

3  Thank Net V
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Reviewed 27 September 2015

The Buddhist temple contains many different building, temples, and shrines open to the public. There is also an onsite farm that is cared for by the monks. Don't be surprised by the free wandering goats, and pigs. There is a very large statue of the...More

1  Thank Nevyntoo
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