This is for sure the highlight of the city; expect a crowded room. People come from all over Thailand just to see this statue, so if you are passing by. A stop would be highly recommend.
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Beside the Emerald Buddha Image and Gold Buddha Image in Bangkok which are important. The temple houses Phar Put Tha Chin Na Raja Buddha Image. The image is considered as the most beautiful image in the kingdom and it was created in 15th century. The...More
again one very nice impressive temple at river bank and near market - don't miss if you are around - and surprisingly not overcrowded.
This is nicknamed the big temple.It's the most visited temple outside of Bangkok and houses one of the most beautiful Buddha images in Thailand.Free to enter. Weekends and some early evenings there are local youth tour guides to take you around for free.(kids practicing their...More
No, I am not partial, even if I did live in Phitsanulok for three years. The statue in the Big Temple is simply the most stunning gold statue in the kingdom.
If you are traveling to Phitsanulok, do take a stop at this temple. It is one of the beautiful temple in Thailand. The Buddha statue and the building interior decoration is original. You can meditate, pray or "see your fortune" by shaking a bamboo container...More
The Thais always try to make a pilgrim to visit this temple as it is ancient and regard as most sacred temple in the North. You get the sense of calm and spiritual and want to let go.. You will want to be a Buddhist...More
This is one of the most impressive Buddha representations in all of Thailand. Reproduced by many, this is the original! The temple it is housed in is beautiful and one that tour buses bring thousands to enjoy. The grounds are massive with many things to...More
Phra Buddha Chinnarat is llocated in Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat (in Thai: วัดพระศรีรัตนมหาธาตุ; "Temple of Great Jewelled Reliquary"), also colloquially referred to as Wat Yai (Thai: วัดใหญ่; "Big Temple"), is a Buddhist temple (wat) in Phitsanulok Province, Thailand, where it is located on the...More