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QN Q wrote a review Oct 1
Bangkok, Thailand160 contributions39 helpful votes
I just ride motorbike pass by Nakhon Si Thammarat and heard story about Wat Chedi (Ai Khai). The reason to go there not different than another people. Many people just come here for make a wish (Like a number) or vindicate. Not only the people in Nakhon Si Thammarat to come here but all around the country maybe from different country too, that the reason you must come.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Chris H wrote a review Aug 2020
Brisbane63 contributions20 helpful votes
A nice temple to visit if you have time, my partner and myself visited the temple on the 27th July 2020 the temple was packed with people and children running around, it was very hard to move around and impossible to be able to pray. The temple is full of stucco chickens and also fireworks outside, but on the day we were there they were not letting anyone let off the fireworks they had bought. If you wish to go to the temple it is best to go during the week and not on the weekend, go in the morning before lunch as the crowds get bigger in the afternoon, when we left the temple driving back to the city the roads were jam packed with cars stretching for kilometres trying to get to the temple, there trip would have taken them hours to cover a short distance. if you are short of time on your visit to the city there are many beautiful temples in the city you can walk to or take a taxi in a few minutes, not hours you will need to drive to Wat Chedi.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tony On Tour wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand215 contributions1,338 helpful votes
Some truths in the western world And the eastern world Different opinions do not match. Credo East Especially Thailand Most people are centered on Buddhism. And has respect for superstitions and sacred things To hope for what he wants Now people who are desperate Thai people Facing each temple Find a place to hold the mind and now Wat Chedi Dam Khai in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province It is another place where Thai people all over the world come to make a wish, which the belief that Will get what you want Not including the Thai people, foreigners, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, all know each other almost every day. They all traveled to Wat Chedi Khai, the informant and personally went beyond the way to worship on August 7, 2020, with a distance of 750 kilometers from Bangkok and takes 10 hours by car, hoping to have luck. Have a better life
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Warren S wrote a review Jul 2020
Tha Sala, Thailand3 contributions
Took a group of friends to this very interesting temple, hugely busy and although not finished well worth the visit to see the story, you will never see as many chicken ststues again in the same place
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tiggerwilde wrote a review Feb 2020
Highbridge, United Kingdom329 contributions102 helpful votes
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Wat Chedi used to be an abandoned temple for more than 1,000 years. It was renovated in 1957 and now a very important site & a sacred temple for worship and festivals. Large amounts of Roosters at the temple and all around for good luck. Worth a visit if in the area.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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