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Annyversary Don Chedi Suphan Buri

Just 2 hours drive north to Bangkok, in Suphan Buri Province. The temple annual anniversary holds... read more

Reviewed January 21, 2018
susanajuwono
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Thai Victory

King Naresuan the Great is revered in Thailand as one of the kings who in the 16th century... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2017
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Tambon Don Chedi, Aphoe Don Chedi, Don Chedi, Thailand
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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

There where a few nice places inside. Just a limited thing to see. Most things did not work. The text was good to read. Very informative. Just spend about 20 minutes inside

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Reviewed January 21, 2018 via mobile

Just 2 hours drive north to Bangkok, in Suphan Buri Province. The temple annual anniversary holds an opera performing 4 albino elephants. It is amazing lighting and sound system and preserve the history. It performed about Ayutthaya battle to Myanmar. Worth to see during 18-26...More

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Reviewed October 4, 2017

King Naresuan the Great is revered in Thailand as one of the kings who in the 16th century vanquished the invading Burmese and restored Thai sovereignty over this area of what was then Siam. The Don Chedi Monument, located about 30 km from Suphanburi City,...More

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Reviewed January 5, 2017

An impressive statue of King Narusuen stands in front of this modern Pagoda which has been constructed over the ruins of a Chedi built by the King in the 16th Centaury to celebrate his great victory over the Burmese army after an elephant duel with...More

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Reviewed March 29, 2016

This is my type of place! It has historical information, well explained and shows a picture that you can understand. Basically it is very well presented and the information is translated exceptionally well and credit should be given to the person who translated it to...More

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Reviewed September 20, 2014

The place is a memorial of the important elephant battle between King Naresuan (Siam-Ayutthaya), the winner, and The Crown Prince (Burma-Hongsawadi) The surrounded park is very shady and calm.

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