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Phraya Srisunthornwohan Monument

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420 Thep Khunakon Rd Tambon Na Muang, Amphoe Mueang Chachoengsao, Chachoengsao 24000 Thailand
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Chachoengsao Full Day Tour from Bangkok : Lord Ganesha Temple & BAT at Temple
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Chachoengsao Full Day Tour from Bangkok : Lord Ganesha Temple & BAT at Temple

Visit the top 3 best supernatural landmark of Chachoengsao which is 1.5 hours’ drive from Bangkok! Our full day tours bring you to a surprising destination with wonderful experience,<br><br>Chachoengsao is renowned for its historic market and beautiful Buddhist temples. Stroll past vendors at Ban Mai Market, see the huge reclining statue of Lord Ganesha at Wat Saman Rattanaram, take a boat ride on the Bang Pakong River, and visit Wat Sothon and Wat Pho Bang Khla<br><br>A Thai and Seafood set lunch is included along with hotel pickup and drop-off by your guide.
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David B wrote a review Aug 2017
Rayong, Thailand9,854 contributions1,145 helpful votes
Phra Sunthorn Vohara, more commonly known as Sunthorn Phu (1786-1885) was a renown poet during the Ayutthaya era, and was made Poet Laureate by King Narai the Great. This larger than life statue in Chachoengsao depicts Sunthorn Phu in formal court dress, with a book in his left hand. Behind is a monumental wall with biographical inscriptions. Sunthorn Phu wrote extensively and his works are still read and studied in Thailand today and many of his characters and themes have made their way into modern Thai literature. Sunthorn Phu was a bit of a rapscallion, and several times was thrown into prison, only to be pardoned and released by his patron, King Narai.
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