Wat Cha Am

Wat Cha Am, Cha-am: Address, Wat Cha Am Reviews: 4/5

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Frank J
Lampang, Thailand83 contributions
Nice temple with small caves
Aug 2020
If you enjoy visiting temples, you will likely enjoy this one. Against the backdrop of a small mountain, some of the temple areas are located in small caves in the mountain. Lots of trees and shady areas to stroll. Worth a visit if you are a temple person.
Written August 13, 2020
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Namcy C
Bangkok, Thailand162 contributions
Quiet unique temple
Nov 2019 • Business
Perfect for someone longing for quiet place to walk up and down the little mountain.
There are statues in the cave which kinda wonderful plus this temple has a long history back to the old capital, Ayuthaya.
Written November 30, 2019
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Cor v
Uithoorn, The Netherlands190 contributions
Beatiful Wat
Jan 2019 • Couples
Due to the location of the Wat there are not many visitors, while the Wat certainly desrves a visit. A climb to the top of the stairs is well worth the effort.
Written May 11, 2019
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eric v
Knokke, Belgium274 contributions
So quiet
Jul 2018 • Couples
Small temple complex in full development. We were the only visitors over there. You can see it attracted many people, but everything is worn. Nice place to spend about an hour if you walk all around the site.
Written February 2, 2019
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AndrewA4401
Cannock, UK288 contributions
Very Different Temple
Apr 2018 • Couples
So many temples to see in Thailand and they all have something to offer the visitor. This place has many shrines including the Reclining Buddha with caves. Its a long climb to reach theose caves and very little health and safety provision. Not a place where the elderly or infirm could easily explore.
However it is a fascinating place and worth visiting
Written May 13, 2018
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dariandoreen
Margate, UK350 contributions
Good
Apr 2018 • Family
Great view from here nice temple we enjoyed wondering around here some nice little shops around selling tourists tat
Written April 26, 2018
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theuanfarang
Mount Lawley, Australia21 contributions
Enjoy the stairs
Jul 2017 • Solo
Lovely temple up a steep set of stairs. As you walk in the entrance there is a statue of Buddhism hell...when you walk into the grounds follow the path round and start climbing.there is a really old fresco and chedhi. Keep climbing and you will find a recling Buddha. This wat is 500 years old. You can then walk down the stairs and ring the bells for good luck. You can buy chicken feed to give to the numerous chickens roaming around..or for a Chang dog food for the soi dogs who have made this home.
Written July 30, 2017
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danahsutton101 .
49 contributions
Nice get away. Lot of shade. Careful with the soi dogs.
Jan 2017 • Couples
Wonderful place to visit. Long climb on the stairs but take your time. Beautiful gardens and ponds. Nice views of cha am. Free! Many neat things to see.
Written January 19, 2017
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batsauce
Berlin, Germany117 contributions
Temple with cool caves & trails
Oct 2016 • Couples
My wife & I stumbled on this temple while riding our scooter around Cha-Am. If you have had enough beach time -- or want to explore some of the nearby Wats, this on is recommended. The highlight is the cave and the surrounding trails.There quite a lot of 'Soi Dogs' that are a little intimidating. They seem quick to bark. There is also a large pig on the grounds that is sure to make you smile. The monks & monkettes were all friendly. We saw no other tourists while we were there. The grounds can be explored in 30 minutes-- all for free, unless you care to donate. Remember to dress appropriately.
Written October 29, 2016
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TammywBoston
Boston355 contributions
Not a lot there
Oct 2016 • Couples
Saw some lovely arcihitecture here, but not a lot else, the Monks were not as friendly as some we have met, dissapointed that there was nowhere to get a drink
Written October 24, 2016
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