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Worth half an hour of anybody’s time on a sunny day. Many of the buildings are coloured red white and blue which I find unusual as most temples/shrines are predominantly gold. Some very intricate work on interior door panels
Within walking distance from river community, this little shrine is dedicated to Thai king ruling the kingdom quite a few ages ago. Interesting architecture mix of Thai and Chinese style. Worth visiting,
If you have time to spare.
The shrine also known as the Chantaburi City Pillar shrine is very beautiful and looks inspired by Chinese art, which is not surprising given the king's heritage and that of Chantaburi itself. You find the monument(s) on the main road into the centre of the...More