I was just casually walking down the street with friends when we stumbled across this temple. Tucked away down a narrow drive was this very quiet complex with very few tourists. The buildings are very ornate with many new statues still covered up. This is a fairly new complex (or recently completely restored) that surrounds an old and quite large stupa/chedi. The buildings weren’t accessible so we just wandered the gardens.
This seemed to be a fairly new complex and there was no information around to explain who, what, when, where or why. All i found out was it is also referred to as Wat Hua Khuang.
- No entrance fee.
- Check out the Architecture.
- Wander the gardens.
- See the old chedi.
It’s close to the north gate and easily within walking distance if your inside the the city walls.
- You can jump in a songthaew.
- Tuk Tuk.
- Easily accessible on a moped.
- You can use Grab or Uber, get £3 ($5) credit for your first Uber ride here.
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