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We (20) went to the Wat Khao Sukim from Bangkok. The temple is on the Sukim Mountain. The temple is well maintained. The views on the forth floor are beautiful. We donated money to the temple. The monks are nice. There is a free car...More
Take a quaint, very short, ride up the "cable car" (a trolley on railroad tracks), up to the temple. There's some really steep stairs that take you to the 4th storey which houses the museum. If you're old (like me) its a tough climb, but...More
This temple is considered to be a major temple, so i was a little bit disappointed. The building is quite recent and parts of it are under construction.You will find several floors with beautiful antique artifacts, which werde donated for the temple extension. From the...More
I have lived in Phuket Thailand for the past seven years and have done extensive travel all over Thailand visiting all of the most popular Temples. I am currently in Chanthaburi visiting my Thai Family for a few weeks, we started to drive up from...More
Visited this temple. Have lots of rare and old Buddhist artifacts from many countries..
Please take the cable car up to the Sala. And stroll down the many of countless steps to the bottom..
It is a tranquil place do visit. Don't forget to visit...More
This temple is famous for Buddhist Mediation Course.The temple is secluded and home to the Buddha relics Stupa. as the temple is on the hill, you can get a cabled car which is available free of charge.Ample parking at the foot of the hill.
Fascinating wat (temple) even to one who lives in Thailand and can easily get maxed out by buddhist temples.
Beautifully located on the side of a hill looking out towards the mountains of northern Chantaburi province (Khao Soi Dao, south eastern Thailand's tallest) rising up...More