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Wat Phu Tok

Ban Kham Khaen | Na Sabaeng Subdistrict, Si Wilai 38000, Thailand
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Peaceful serenity sacred monastery

the peaceful serenity sacred place that has located in the unique surrounding... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Huang W
Great view.

One of the best temples I've been. There is a 360 platform that surrounds the temple and offers a... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2018
LevyShahar
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Ban Kham Khaen | Na Sabaeng Subdistrict, Si Wilai 38000, Thailand
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

the peaceful serenity sacred place that has located in the unique surrounding environment. during in the previous day, this place was a suitable location for the people who required Vipassana meditation practicing course, it's quite far from the chaos city and to suspend the busy...More

Thank Huang W
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

One of the best temples I've been. There is a 360 platform that surrounds the temple and offers a great view of the valley. Great for photography and not swarming with tourists, only locals when i went there. Not so dangerous as mentioned i posts...More

1  Thank LevyShahar
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

You will wonder how people in that time built this kind of thing. Some part of the bridge will make you feel shiver. This temple is a must to visit: You will never feel disappointed visiting that temple.

1  Thank Metchawin I
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Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

I think one of the best places and must see in north east of thailand. 2 times already i visited this place. Everytime amazing to see the nice temple and the nice landscape around. It should be good to wear good shoes because you have...More

Thank SvenWan
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Reviewed 4 April 2017

this place always give me a good glimpse of life.. especially if u are able to catch the sunset or the sunrise...! Great that i found this place but i am not sure.. how many years before i am unable to climb up...:)

1  Thank Saggicool D
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Reviewed 4 February 2017

There is a toure guide in Bueng Kan English speaking That can take you to Wat Phu Tok mountain and lots more places.

1  Thank Shane C
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Reviewed 23 November 2016

If you are traveling through Bueng Kan province you must visit this temple complex for the views alone. It is a very steep climb up 600 steps but is worth it at the top. You get the opportunity to walk around the perimeter of the...More

Thank Phil M
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Reviewed 10 June 2016

If you are anywhere nearby then this is a must to see. Not many Western tourist visit this temple but those that do are in for a treat. You need to be reasonably fit to walk up the steep stairs but once you have reached...More

Thank besandri
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

My hostelowner brought me here from Bueng Kahn. I loved the view, but the wooden staircases up from level 5 was too much for me. You could see straight down through the beams. Brrr. I did took the stairs to level 7, where you have...More

1  Thank Philly J
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Reviewed 8 March 2016

There are so many temples to visit in Thailand, but this one is special. It's a bit out of thy way, a 3 hour drive from Udon Thani. Your usual tourist will never go here. I only saw one other non Asian here. You need...More

2  Thank Nickboyuk
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