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Wat Bot

Wat Bot was constructed in 1621 by the Mon ethnic minority group, whose members had recently migrated from Pegu or Hongsawadi town. The name of the temple was borrowed from the Mon people’s form...

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Wat Chankapho

This temple was erected by the Mon ethnic minority group during the reign of King Rama II. At first it was called Wat Kwo, named after an auspicious tree similar to the golden shower tree. Inside the ...

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Wat Chedi Hoi

Wat Chedi Hoi is a temple known for being the site where gigantic oyster fossils, calculated to be millions of years old, were discovered. The abbot, Luangpho Thongklueng, built a Chedi (or stupa) at ...

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Wat Chedi Thong

This temple is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Tambon Khlong Khwai, Amphoe Sam Khok, 8 kilometers from Pathum Thani Town. Inside the temple lies a Mon-style Chedi, or stupa, const...

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Wat Chinawararam

Located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River, this ancient and widely venerated temple is a second-class royal temple in the exalted category of “Worawihan”. Originally named Wat Makh...

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Wat Hong Pathummawat

Located on the west bank of the majestic Chao Phraya River, this Mon-style temple was constructed during the Thon Buri period, at a time of mass migrations of the Mon ethnic group from then-Burma to T...

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Wat Phai Lom

This temple is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Tambon Khlong Khwai, Amphoe Sam Khok, 8 kilometers from Pathum Thani Town. Inside the temple lies a Mon-style Chedi, or stupa, const...

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Wat Phuet Udom

Nestled on the bank of a canal named Khlong Hok Wa, Wat Phuet Udom is a temple that houses sculptures depicting widely-held beliefs regarding sins and merit-making in Buddhism. Inside the shrine hall,...

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Wat Sing

This historic temple is the first of its kind in Pathum Thani, constructed by Mon ethnic minority migrants from Burma. Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, Wat Sing houses an Ayutthaya-s...

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Wat Song Phi Nong

Wat Song Phi Nong is located in Tambon Ban Ngio, on the bank of the Chao Phraya River above a temple named Wat Phai Lom. The centuries-old temple was constructed in 1867. Two sacred Buddha images are ...

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