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Wat Wichit Sangkaram

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Wat Wichit Sangkaram

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Jainam M wrote a review Jun 2019
Mumbai, India625 contributions89 helpful votes
A beautiful temple with interesting interiors and exteriors. Many monks live here and it was good to see some of them. A very peaceful and spiritual feeling kinda place. Loved to know about a new culture and it's practices.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Piyush J wrote a review Mar 2019
Mumbai, India32 contributions10 helpful votes
It was a beautiful temple having intricate carvings on the outside with vibrant colours. This place is surrounded with other temples as well. Overall a good visit !!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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traveller_prk wrote a review Jan 2018
Bengaluru, India733 contributions133 helpful votes
We had read about the practice of alms giving to monks in Thailand and since we were staying near this wat we decided to experience this here.Just a few meters from the intersection of Dibuk road and Luangphow road on Luangphow road you will see a small eatery shop open around 6am selling you food that you can give to the monks.Since the previous night was the night market too there was a lot of food to choose from. The monks walk by the streets near the wat for about 30mins to an hr asking for alms. And we were also able to be a part of this giving them the small packets we purchased and getting their blessings.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Babybeetle wrote a review Aug 2017
New South Wales, Australia185 contributions59 helpful votes
Personally I love visiting the temples especially on a tuktuk wind in my face shooting along the freeway and then you arrive. You see the heart of the people in these sacred places.....for those who are not buddhists its a place of awe and wonder or its a reflective place of serene. You have to go into these places with an open heart to see.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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JLFERG wrote a review May 2017
Long Beach, California655 contributions336 helpful votes
Our driver took us here when we said we wanted to see as many temples as possible and I'm glad he did. It's a quick stop as the place is small but the only ones there besides us were the monk and two guys in their late teens or early twenties being blessed or instructed by the monk. This temple has many cats that lounge about on the stairs and statues. It's worth a stop (will take 5 minutes) if you are in Phuket Town.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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