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Well worth the visit

The imposing elephant statue at the entrance welcomes you to this impressive Wat situated a short... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Yasothon Province, Thailand
An absolute peach!

Terrific temple! My first visit was part of a school group led by other teachers. Little did I... read more

Reviewed August 23, 2018
Sam M
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3 weeks ago
“Well worth the visit”
Aug 23, 2018
“An absolute peach!”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The imposing elephant statue at the entrance welcomes you to this impressive Wat situated a short distance from the city. Worthwhile taking your time to study the workmanship of the various structures within the grounds.

Thank Radar47
Reviewed August 23, 2018 via mobile

Terrific temple! My first visit was part of a school group led by other teachers. Little did I know what a marvellous site this was as I guided the students onto the bus. We were awe-struck firstly by the elephants (you'll see what I mean)...More

Thank Sam M
Reviewed April 22, 2018

My children (11 & 13) enjoyed feeding the huge cat fish in the lake surrounding one of the boat temples. If you enjoy seeing the wide variety of differently designed Thai Temples then this one has to be on the list!

1  Thank ASEAN-fan
Reviewed December 29, 2017

This temple is very unusual as it has a pagoda built on a boat on the lake. It is very eye catching and besides the architecture there's a gorgeous surrounding landscape to enjoy see

Thank Alessandro A
Reviewed August 25, 2016

Also called Wat Sraprasansuk, this temple has a very unique selling point. The main ubosot is built upon the image of a barge, one of which rests on a lake. Perfect chance to feed some fish and take in a relaxing atmosphere. Quite difficult to...More

Thank chefmignon
Reviewed July 24, 2016

A little harder to get to as it is on the outskirts of town, this is a wat with a difference. We have visited over one hundred wats in Thailand, and you tend to get a bit picky after a while. This wat is definitely...More

1  Thank Raelene H
Reviewed July 22, 2016 via mobile

Visited this beautiful and unusual temple as part of a city bicycle tour. Really something special! Worth spending some time walking around abd exploring. Lots of intriguing things to experience.

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Reviewed October 5, 2015

Having lived in Thailand for quite a while, it is easy to get "over-templed" as they are everywhere. But I do enjoy when I find a unique one and this fit the bill. It is a complex of temples that you enter by driving under...More

2  Thank jeffrey b
Reviewed October 2, 2015

There are several Temples to see here. The entrance was pretty cool also with a huge elephant you drive under to get there.

1  Thank tommy s
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