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You would be happy to visit this place, so many too see, beautiful temple with lot of art.
Nice place to take lot of pictures, A busy place but not crowded.
Free entry, it is an open place
If you go there do not forget...More
Not too far from the Big Buddha and seems to be a recent development. Already has a few shrines and yet more being built. Seems to be a mixture of deities - many armed Buddha, laughing Buddha as well as a myriad of Hindu gods...More
We organised a car and it took a total of 3 hrs to see Big Buddha, Wat Plai Leam, Grandfather/mother rocks and Chaweng viewpoint at 500bht per hour. This was just long enough, as we didn't want to spend a 5hour day sightseeing. Wat Plai...More
It's an impressive & relatively new #buddhisttemple, which features the 15 m tall statue of Guanyin (Kuan Yin) with 18 arms, the goddess of mercy, in Chinese style. In addition to the main Guanyin statue, there is also a 15 m tall white statue of...More
Well with a visit! You can walk here from Big Buddha.Come back across the causeway, turn left and keep walking to the 7-11 store and turn left. Beautiful buildings .The interior of main temple is amazing. There is a lake in the grounds with huge...More
It's always best to dress modestly according to Thai expectations when visiting a temple. Females can pack a sarong to put over shorts. Some temples have items available to purchase or borrow. It's considered rude in... More
It's always best to dress modestly according to Thai expectations when visiting a temple. Females can pack a sarong to put over shorts. Some temples have items available to purchase or borrow. It's considered rude in Thailand to have bare arms even outside the temples. I wouldn't wear any tops that don't at least have a cap sleeve or short sleeve. Thai people are so kind they may not say anything to you, but if you are showing your shoulders, belly, or lots of leg (outside of the beach area) it truly is offensive.