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Quiet, peaceful temple with huge reclining buddha

Relatively unadorned on the outside the temple has a beautifully decorated main hall with a nice... read more

Reviewed March 5, 2018
Dakles
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Hampshire, England
Lovely temple in central Phrae

When we visited the temple, we were lucky that a Monk, who spoke English greeted us. He was very... read more

Reviewed September 21, 2016
Frank J
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Mar 5, 2018
“Quiet, peaceful temple with huge reclining buddha”
Sep 21, 2016
“Lovely temple in central Phrae”
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Reviewed March 5, 2018

Relatively unadorned on the outside the temple has a beautifully decorated main hall with a nice collection of buddhas. Within the temple compound are a variety of buildings and to the left of the main temple is a separate chamber with a huge golden reclining...More

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Reviewed September 21, 2016

When we visited the temple, we were lucky that a Monk, who spoke English greeted us. He was very informative and friendly.

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Reviewed August 7, 2015

A must as part of an easy walking tour of the old city of Phrae. The reclining buddha is shimmeringly impressive but the two tiered portico with its myriad of mini stupas is really cool. It's just one of many enjoyable buildings, parks and streetscapes...More

Thank David B
Reviewed July 8, 2012

Near the old city walls on Phra Non Nuea Road in Phrae, this over 300 year old wat includes a Chiang Saen/Thai Lue style Ubosot with fine Lanna Thai style gables/pediments. The Ubosot is also unusual in having narrow openings rather than proper windows, as...More

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