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Very beautiful temple and an impressive “Gong”. While traveling through we noticed many makers of these “Gongs”. To see one this size and realize the effort put into to making and erecting it was impressive. The temple itself is surrounded by a lot of beauty...More
Wat Tham Khao Ha (Swan) is rather unique that it is both new and old. Within the compound, there are few newly built temple structures. However at a level below the parking area, there are roll of Buddha images where most local paying the homage....More
A good place to view The Two Coloured Rivers where the River Mun flows into the mighty Mekong River, as the Wat is situated on the peak of a hill. We arrived early (8.00am) to escape the hot sun, but still encountered a few 'traders'...More
At Khong Chiam province on Rd 2222, visited Wat Khuha Sawan for the beautiful views over Khong Chiam to the Mekong and Mun river junction (the 2 coloured river). Great view...
Wat Tham Khuha Sawan is a temple in Amphoe Khong Chiam (or Khong Chaim),...More
From Wat Tham Khuha Sawan (Monastery of the Heavenly Cave) you have a beautiful view of the confluence of the Mun and the Mekong Rivers, locally known as Maenam Song Si (two colours river), pointing out the blending of the brown waters of the Mekong...More