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It's a great peaceful place within an easy drive from Saraburi town and it's not too crowded even on the weekend. If you don't have a car you could get a tour that takes in a few places in a day, including somewhere like Wat...More
The temple is between Saraburi and Lopburi.
A very impressive temple contains a Buddha footprint.
Another temple contains a metal elephant alongside which people kneel and pray. It is worth asking locals what they are doing.
I am so pleased that I made the journey...More
Just only the main Mondop, Same as in Grand palace is valuable to drop here. Phra Phutthabat temple was built in 1624 (B.E. 2168) by King Songtham of Ayutthaya, after a hunter named Pram Bun found a large depression in the stone, resembling a huge...More
Yesterday (July 31, 2015) was the last day of the annual "Tak Bat Dok Mai" festival fow which the Wat is most famous nationwide. It took almost 1 hr to squeeze my car into one of the "free parking lots" arranged by the organizer, which...More
We rode our scooters from Lopburi to this temple along the busy freeway so we were a bit frazzled and hot by the time we got here, about 20km from Lopburi, about half an hr on our scooters. The temple is set in a beautiful...More
This temple been Royal temple belong with Ayutthaya period with local legend of hunter followed injure deer and found amaze of getting well after drink water which stuck in the marsh which shape alike foot print but larger. So people believe that it foot print...More
Wat Phra Putthabat is situated approximately halfway between Saraburi and Lopburi, about a kilometre off Highway 1. It is very well signposted and you can't miss the impressive Avenue leading to the Wat.
The main Temple is striking and is built around what is regarded...More
Wat Phra Phuthabat is a very impressive Temple and the Number One pilgrimage temple in Thailand. The Temple has intricately carved pieces and sits quite high with a small mountain/hill immediately behind it which can be climbed, on steps, but in the heat is quite...More