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Maybe worth if you are religious. Otherwise it's just a dried up monk in a glass box with sunglasses. If that's your cup of tea then by all means. Personally I did not get it. It's free so if you are in that part of...More
As the name suggests, the temple came to fame because a mummified monk is on display here. This is probably the most striking part of the temple, to walk by a glass casket that is strewn with flowers and incense and holds the body of...More
I have been to see the Monk before and am fascinated by the story behind him, however Maureen had never been to the Island before, so off we went. Unfortunately she was a little taken back and thought the display was a morbid. So there...More
The storey of the monk makes an interesting back drop. Other than the monk there is a small temple. Probably the monk succeeds in getting his message across by his presence so drop by pay your respects and wonder at the mans determination to spread...More
The mummified monk on Koh Samui is an interesting and unusual place to visit. It is a small temple with the mummified remains of a Buddhist monk who died in 1973 after having lived a good life as a monk for many years. Apparently he...More