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Pray what you want with LP LEE

The temple is in the city. Quiet and rich mangrove forest. Suitable for foreigners who want to... read more

Reviewed July 1, 2018
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Beautiful and Peaceful!

Wat Asokararam is peaceful and beautiful. We went there on Sunday afternoon. The roof of the main... read more

Reviewed February 4, 2018
Bangkok, Thailand
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Jul 1, 2018
“Pray what you want with LP LEE ”
Feb 4, 2018
“Beautiful and Peaceful!”
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Soi Sukhaphiban 58, Tambon Thai Ban, Samut Prakan, Thailand
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Reviewed July 1, 2018 via mobile

The temple is in the city. Quiet and rich mangrove forest. Suitable for foreigners who want to study Buddhism. I come here about 4 times a month.Every holy day. LP. LEE is a Buddha statue that I ask for what i wanted here and got...More

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Reviewed February 15, 2018

As Thai Buddhist temples go, Wat Asokaram is a relative new-comer, being built in the early 1960s. But it has its own uniqueness, including a group of 13 white pagodas, symbolising Buddha's disciples and, it is asserted, Buddha relics encased inside gold, silver and copper...More

Thank David B
Reviewed February 4, 2018 via mobile

Wat Asokararam is peaceful and beautiful. We went there on Sunday afternoon. The roof of the main hall is under renovation. The inside is beautiful. The stupa is also beautiful inside and outside. The staff was friendly.

Thank BangkokSachse
Reviewed April 5, 2017

Visited 16-Mar Wat Asokaram is a large Buddhist Monastery on the eastern side of the mouth of the Chao Praya River and comprises a big prayer hall and a large, elaborate white Thai-style Buddhist stupa with multiple spires. You can climb the outside of the...More

Thank PRMandWEN
Reviewed August 3, 2016

My wife is Buddhist, but she had never been to this temple. It consists of to large buildings and a number of small ones. Both large building are beautiful. In one building, there were many Buddhists in deep meditation so be sure to be quiet...More

Thank Don_Muang
Reviewed May 6, 2016

This is a very beautifully built temple who is obviously designed by someone who is into buddhism. The surroundings are also very nice and scenic. A temple worth visiting if you are a buddhism believer.

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Reviewed December 15, 2015

Asokaram Temple is another peaceful in samui prakan i went samut prakan with my family for merit trip and visit Ancient City , you can see statue of famous the master monk every where in Thailand on big pagoda and statue of King Ashoka who...More

3  Thank Siva S
Reviewed July 25, 2013

Minas Tirith! Haha... This shrine reminds me about that Minas Tirith bastion in Legend of the Ring movie. The location: Samut Prakan, south of Bangkok, Thailand. This beautiful shrine is a newer shrine compared to other shrine in Thailand, but it is located in an...More

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Response from Siva S | Reviewed this property |
Off course you can ask Songthaew from pak nam to there