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Wat Mani Phraison

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J M wrote a review Jan 2019
Kanchanaburi, Thailand69 contributions44 helpful votes
The wat has a nightly herbal suana, separate for men and women, as well as some home made exercise equipment, Excellent feeling. 20 baht donation.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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MangoLove wrote a review Nov 2017
Cebu City, Philippines1,809 contributions86 helpful votes
This was another wat in the western half of Mae Sot that I visited. It is filled with Burmese style buildings with elaborately decorated exteriors. The setting is quiet and clean. There are a number of buddhas throughout. Check out the twin lions at the entrance to the wat. The front of the main temple is the most elaborate, with twin dragons in front.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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IBProfessor wrote a review Nov 2016
Pullman, Washington77 contributions44 helpful votes
Be sure to go pay respect to the Buddha statues inside. At the time of this writing, the memorial display for the beloved late King Bhumibol is also special.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Kamisowa wrote a review Aug 2016
Stockholm, Sweden142 contributions36 helpful votes
The temple is beautifully ornamented and the silver tiles make a mirror illusion. On the temple site you can also see multiple chedis and a sligtly different Buddha than the other ones you can see at other Thai temples. The same as Wat Chumphon Khiri, the temple's architecture is also influenced by the Burmese style.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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David B wrote a review Nov 2015
Rayong, Thailand9,864 contributions1,137 helpful votes
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Wat Mani Phraison is a large and impressive Buddhist temple near the market place in Mae Sot. The main attraction is the "Samphutte" Chedi, which is surrounded by 233 smaller Chedi each containing an image of the Buddha. The temple buildings are in rich reds and golds, with some inlaid with blue and green mosaics. Near the entrance to the temple is a tall free-standing gold Buddha and near it is a sitting Buddha in the Chinese style. Without meaning to be insulting, this Buddha has a very lop-sided and somewhat ugly face. Aeound the temple boundaries are images of deceased revered monks.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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