Discover the land ample with gods and deities so numerous as if they themselves have ascended to the realm of human enriching the town with numerous landmarks. Journey deep into the beliefs and religions of the Thai people, learn about Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and animism. Visit amazing spiritual sites, magnificent temples with unraveled architecture and the old Thai and Chinese communities of the Dragon River.
08:00 Meet our guide at lobby 09:30 Khlong Suan 100y Market
Visit the nostalgic place packed with lines of tiny old-fashioned wooden shops and restaurants. Enjoy exploring the market and tasting homemade Thai local snacks.
10:40 Wat Sothon Wararam
Pay homage to Luang Pho Phuttha Sothon, the most revered Buddha Image believed to bring luck, wealth, and successes to the worshipers.
12:00 Ban Mai Market
Explore the market which is older than 150 years with well-maintained traditional wooden houses. It was the location for filming movies and dramas of the old Chinese community.
13:30 Wat Chin Pracha Samosorn
The Chinese name of the temple means a dragon of lucks and fortune. The temple houses three principal Buddha statues brought from China and the giant bell weigh one ton, which is one of the 3 bells in the world.
14:00 Wat Pak Nam Jolo
Famous for its uniqueness being built in gold color. The temple was originally built by King Taksin 200 years ago to commemorate his victory over Burmese troupes and was rebuilt by Fine Arts Department in 1948.
15:00 Giant Ganesha Park Shrine
Marvel at the largest bronze Ganesh image in the world. The total height including the base is 39 meters.
16:00 Wat Saman Rattanaram
Give a visit to the Buddhist temple the riverbank, famous for Thailand’s largest pink Ganesha in reclining position. It is the best place for tourists to learn and understand animism, believes and religions in Thailand.
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