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Absolutely impressive and one of the most interesting attractions around Pattaya. On display are chinese sculptures of historic value. On one of the upper floors statues displaying forms of Chinese Martial Arts are shown which are unique. The museum shows various works and it takes...More
We saw multiple temples whilst cruising through Asia and this one ranked as one of the most expressive and most photogenic . Very decorative buildings with both great exteriors and interiors. An amazing collection of Chinese artefacts and statues. We spent around an hour here...More
I visited Viharnra Sien on 2 October 2014.
The Viharnra Sien Chinese temple in Pattaya is one of Thailand’s most important centers of Chinese culture and works of art. It is home to one of the greatest collections of Chinese art and antiquities outside of...More
Even you are Thai, Chinese or Foreigner travel to Pattaya, you should come to Viharnra Sien at least once in your life. Regardless of religion and race, this place is worth to visit. Ticket fee is only THB 50/pax (less than US$ 2).
This 'sala' is a Chinese museum near the Buddhist temple and retreat of Way Yarn. It is a convenient attraction to drive to with easy parking and a possible eating or possible picnic area.
The admission is just ฿50 (for Thais and foreigners!!) and comprises...More
I came hear once I was very young with my parents (~15 years ago). The museum then was not much to see, probably because I was a kid back then.
But I came here again as an adult and this trip was not disappointed me...More
In Pattaya you'll find mass crowd pleasing 'cultural' attractions like 'Big Buddha Mountain' (also called Laser Buddha) or 'Big Buddha' (the 18 meter high statue which isn't particularly refined). But 'Anek Kuson Sala', developed by a Chinese Feng Shui master definitely belongs to the category...More