Chao Por Phawo Shrine

Chao Por Phawo Shrine, Mae Sot

Chao Por Phawo Shrine
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SwampeastMike
Cape Girardeau, MO3,181 contributions
Located about 10 kilometers outside of town (on the right side of the highway) this is a perfect place to stretch your legs, enjoy the beautiful shrine, take some nice photos and get something to drink or a bite to eat.

Do dress modestly if you intend to enter the shrine itself.
Written January 17, 2020
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Wolfee600
Singapore, Singapore710 contributions
Solo
Nice place to shop and rest.
There are food stalls and plenty of parking.
Do take time to have a look around. Well worth the time and effort.
Written November 4, 2019
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Htet Lynn
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar8 contributions
When i was in myawady, i really want to go there because my friend told me she had visited there and being a chill place . So i did , i really thanks to my friend because she was right at all.
Written October 7, 2019
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IBProfessor
Pullman, Washington77 contributions
Family
This is an easy road-side stop with the big limestone mountain cliff as the background. Many Thais stopped to pay respect to the ancient warrior, Phawo, as well as the Buddhas in the adjacent shrine. If they only pass by, they honk 3-4 times to show their respect and gratitude to Phawo for having help saved the country from invaders about 500 years ago.
Written November 12, 2016
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D4VE88
Redbank Plains, Australia522 contributions
Family
This is a good rest spot on the way to or from Mae Sot
There is a good view of the mountain and the temple is quite interesting
Food is available form one of the side shops.
Very noisy as all the locals believe it is good luck & respect to the temple to blast the horn as you pass bye.
Written January 13, 2016
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