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Bats at Wat Chantharam

The highlight of this temple is its nocturnal inhabitants: bats. The area is densely forested, making it a perfect habitat for bats and birds that have called the area home for hundreds of years. Duri...

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Fish Park at  Wat Khoi

The fish at WatKhoi have flourished for 50 years, since the time of then-abbot PhrakhruSukitwichan (LuangphoKhem). Later in 1985, PhrakhruSorakitchaton, the present abbot, oversaw renovations, and wi...

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Lyle's Flying Foxes at Wat Chantaram

Many of Thai children used to hear this guessing game’s question, “What is a bird with ears and a rat with wings?” The answer cannot be something else but bat. We all know that bats ...

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Wang Pla at Wat Khoi

The fish at Wat Khoi have flourished for 50 years, since the time of then-abbot Phrakhru Sukitwichan (Luangpho Khem). Later in 1985, Phrakhru Sorakitchaton, the present abbot, oversaw renovations, an...

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Wat Ang Thong Worawihan (Ang Thong Worawihan Temple)

This third-class royal monastery is located opposite Ang Thong City Hall. At first, there were two small temples located next to each other, called Wat Pho Ngoen and Wat Pho Thong, both constructed du...

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Wat Ban Phran

According to venerated monk and historian Luangpu Chaimongkon, this temple was built by a local family during the last years of the Sukhothai era, between 1319 and 1327. However, the temple was abando...

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Wat Ban Phran

According to venerated monk and historian LuangpuChaimongkon, this temple was built by a local family during the last years of the Sukhothai era, between 1319 and 1327. However, the temple was abandon...

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Wat Chai-Yo Worawiharn

Wat Chai-Yo Worawiharn is a second ranked royal monastery, classified as worawiharn, under the clergy of Maha-Nikaya, located to the east of Chao-Praya River. Number 21 Moo 3 Sub-District Chai-Yo, Dis...

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Wat Chaimongkol

Wat Chaimongkol in Talad Luang Sub-District, Muang District, Angthong Province, in Mahayana Buddhism, was constructed in about 1857 in the late period of King Mongkut (Rama IV) era. It was royally gra...

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Wat Chan Tarangsee

Anyone who pass Angthong Province and would like to pray for “good health and fresh life and body”, we suggest to pray from Luang Pho Sod. Also there is a free vegetarian food for Buddhist...

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