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Wat Hin Mak Peng

Moo 4 | Prabuddhabat Subdistrict, Si Chiang Mai 43130, Thailand
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A hidden gem

Apart from a large chedi and a mausoleum, this temple is not to be visited for its buildings. The... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2017
Tinamue
,
Bangkok, Thailand
Average

One travel blog recommend this temple, from the picture I think this temple structure unlike... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
hckok77
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Ipoh, Malaysia
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9 Mar 2017
“A hidden gem”
10 Jan 2017
“Average”
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Moo 4 | Prabuddhabat Subdistrict, Si Chiang Mai 43130, Thailand
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Reviewed 9 March 2017

Apart from a large chedi and a mausoleum, this temple is not to be visited for its buildings. The temple is famous for the rocks cropping out in the Mekong and, in particular, for a famous abbot (Ajarn Thate) who founded the temple as a...More

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Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

One travel blog recommend this temple, from the picture I think this temple structure unlike others, so I choice it as part of my ride to Nong Khai west. On site, this temple just average, and almost alike most temple in Thailand.

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Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

This temple vicinity is covered with shades of trees, bushes and intermingle with monk, pilgrims'residence. The former abbots who pioneered this land, Luang Pu Tess, is very well known for his strict discipline of buddhist practicing. There was wax portrit of this abbot and museum...More

Thank jajavalB
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