Wat Tanot Luang

Wat Tanot Luang, Cha-am: Address, Wat Tanot Luang Reviews: 4/5

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Cor v
Uithoorn, The Netherlands190 contributions
An unexpected beauty!
Mar 2019 • Couples
Driving along the coast Road from Cha Am to Phetchaburi you pass an unexpected beauty, a Wat in the shape of a boat! The Wat is usually closed, but when you ask the monks they gladly unlock the Wat for you, which is beautiful inside.
Written March 1, 2019
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RENERONO
Johor Bahru, Malaysia405 contributions
Great place
May 2017 • Family
Should visit, beautiful temple with great traditional decorations, carving and colorful. Big and spacious place to walk around
Written May 21, 2017
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jeremy48
Brisbane, Australia440 contributions
The Boat Shaped Wat (Temple)
Jun 2016
Head North out of Cha Am Beach towards Petchaburi and you will see this temple on the left hand side. The temple is unique with its shape as a sailing ship. Very different. Its a very quiet temple and we saw nobody.
Written June 15, 2016
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mikael.bjerrum
Copenhagen, Denmark477 contributions
Great temple
Mar 2015 • Couples
Nice temple shaped as a ship. If you are lucky one of the monks will open and let you see the inside.
Written May 5, 2015
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mikael.bjerrum
Copenhagen, Denmark477 contributions
Nice temple and monks
Dec 2014 • Friends
The temple is located on the way from Cha Am following the coastal road towards Puek Tien Beach. It is about 7 KM from Cha Am on the left hand opposite the small road leading to the fishing village of Bang Kao. The temple is built like a huge ship. When you arrive please be aware of a couple of barking dogs (they do no seem to harm anybody, though). Wait for a while and if you are lucky one of the monks will come and show you the inside of the temple. Definitely worth a visit. One your way back to Cha Am you should go to the beach and visit the Monta Seafood restaurant.
Written January 12, 2015
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