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This "Wat Pa" which means temple in the remote area, usually in the middle of the woods where there are no arouse from outside world thus suitable to practice Dhamma. The name "Dara Pirom" is named after Prince Dara Rasamee, a consort to King Rama...More
I actually found this temple by accident after visiting Tiger Kingdom and then taking some time to explore the surrounding area. It's a very peaceful area with several large and intricately decorated buildings. As other folks said, there wasn't much information to tell us about...More
We just fancied a trip to a temple.
What a temple it is , so beautiful, the detail is amazing. Been to a few in Thailand , but have to say this is the best . If in the area it's well worth a visit...More
I totally agreed with another review. This temple is just magnificent as any of those temple in town. Architecture is stylish and elegant. The temple ground is peaceful with big trees and rare red flowers.
If you are in Mae Rim area, it is really...More
You don't need your own transport to get to Mae Rim. We caught a songthaew from Wararot Market for a 45 minute ride to Mae Rim. 15 baht each way, and very colourful trip with the locals. White songthaew on the way up, but yellow...More
We were very honored by our Tuk Tuk driver to be taken to his own place of worship: Wat Pa Daraphirom. This was definitely one of the highlights of our trip. The temples and surrounding grounds are truly divine and we felt so peaceful and...More