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Wat Matchimawat (Wat Klang)

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Wat Matchimawat (Wat Klang)

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boonphob wrote a review Mar 2019
Alor Setar, Malaysia101 contributions58 helpful votes
I considered very lucky to have a chance to visit this temple which was built very long ago. In the shrine hall, the drawing was really artistic and very beautiful.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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cheongzw wrote a review Oct 2018
Singapore45 contributions5 helpful votes
The paintings in the shrine were amazing and beautiful. Some trees and pavilion nearby provided much needed shade. Peaceful place
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Huang Wzhong wrote a review Jun 2018
481 contributions33 helpful votes
Wat Matchimawat (or Wat Klang) has considered as the essential monastery in Songkhla town. It was believed that Wat klang was built firstly, Later on, Wat Liep was built in the north together with Wat Pho was built in the south, then a local community people has changed the named to Wat Klang (klang refers to middle,similar as Matchima). Not only the beautiful ancient building structure, this temple also has a Museum that has collected the precious ancient artifacts gathered from various places around this area. definitely worth for visiting place.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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KGB777 wrote a review Feb 2018
Singapore, Singapore41,483 contributions2,530 helpful votes
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This is perhaps the most attractive of the temples located in Songhkla and is well worth a visit when you're there. It's easily accessible on foot from the old town and combined with a visit to the old town. Seems to have been recently restored and is relatively well maintained.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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ThaiChineseMalaysia wrote a review Dec 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia19 contributions5 helpful votes
In thailand there are mainly two practices for buddhism monks one is Maha Nikaya and the other is Dharmmayuttika Nikaya.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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