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The Sanctuary of Truth is a gigantic wooden construction which covers the area of more than two rais. The top point of the building is about 105 meters high. It was constructed to withstand the wind and sunshine on the seashore at Rachvate Cape...more
All reviews under construction wooden temple hand carved amazing structure teak wood intricate carvings wear a hard hat beautiful temple elephant ride awe inspiring entrance fee worth a visit foot massage baht per person must visit place central pattaya baht bus
A large wooden temple,constantly being added to with fresh carvings.
It is in beautiful grounds next to the ocean near pattaya.
At 500 baht we thought it a bit expensive for here,but worth it to see something wonderful.
The place is magnificent. The craftsmanship is out of this world and has to be seen to be believed. The guides were friendly and helpful. As a religious structure it is amazing and well worth seeing, the show at the end was very good and...More
We visited today and only managed to get as far as the steps! These are quite tricky to navigate and if you are a little unsteady on your feet can cause you issue. Unfortunately for us, my wife went over on her ankle whilst making...More
This Sanctuary of Truth is a spectacular structure of wood by the sea. Obviously a work of much dedication, passion and faith, this is a masterpiece of vision of the founder/owner who wanted a monument to withstand the test of time. It is unlike any...More
I visited, The Sanctuary of Truth in pattaya Thailand from the cruise ship. I had to wear a hard hat as the place was under construction and won't be finished until 2050. It was a bit worrying when our tour guide said if we touched...More
The first thing you would feel from the distance is a good size old wooden temple located in an excellent natural landscape that you can't beat - at the foot of a green hill in the backdrop of open sea still easy accessible! At closer...More
The temple itself is a great place to visit. Beautiful wood work. However the elephant rides they offer for tourists is horrendous!
They make elephants stand and ride people under the strong sun without their skin covered in mood all day long. Also they use...More
part of a trip from our cruise ship, its under construction , so hard hats!!!, but i think to some extent it always will be because of repairs, seeing the carvings all of wood and the joints they use in its construction , our guide...More