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When we visited, we went in the morning so it wasn't too crowded. That was nice. There are many individual statue gardens that depict different battles, people following the teachings of Buddha and different depictions of Heaven and Hell. They are very pretty and in...More
Bizarre collection of hellish scenes with the biggest Buddha I’ve ever seen. A very worth while stopping place but somewhat strange and at times disturbing. We called in here to see the massive Buddha! Well worth seeing if your in the area it’s immense. A...More
For a different experience of temples in Thailand, this one will definitely qualify. Situated a few hours out of Bangkok, it has a park full of statues depicting hell and the punishments given in very graphic detail (beheadings, disembowelment, forced to climb a tree of...More
We went to Wat Muang, Ang Thong last 30th December 2018.
The giant Buddha is being repainted when we went there. But it is still great to see such a big Buddha plus the art and culture behind it. If you watched Ultraman before, it’s...More
I visited Wat Muang in 1 July 2018. Wat Muang has several must-see highlights. The Ubosot (ordination hall) is surrounded by the largest lotus petals in the world. The ground floor of one of its image halls, Wihan Kaeo, is home to a museum (open...More
This Wat situated 30 to 45 minits from Ayutthaya The statue is so big and tall you even can see from far before reaching to the Wat, and it serounding by paddy fields.
I choose to stay here after a long day at Ayutthaya due...More
Wat Muang is a temple complex about two hours from Bangkok by car. I recently visited this temple complex during a guided tour of Ang Thong Province.
The centerpiece of Wat Muang is the gigantic Buddha statue. According to Wikipedia, it's the largest statue in...More
A friend of mine found this on the internet and straight away I had to see it. There are really no tours that go there so we had to hire a driver ($120), it took us about 2 hours to get there. the grounds were...More