I have visited this site on many occasions and have enjoyed it more each time. The Sanctuary of Truth is just part of the things to do here. It is a great place to take children. It is definitely worth seeing and should be put...More
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My friend introduced this to be as if this was an ancient structure. I believed everything about temple reeks ancient. However, upon reading the information cards, to my absolute shock, this was built in 1981. Now they are renovating it and there are scaffoldings everywhere....More
I was travelling through SE Asia and had to make a stop at this building. After seeing Angkor Wat and the religious structures, this is also a true monument to their religion. The size and scope of the building is truly impressive. Worth the trip...More
Absolutely beautiful temple. We went with two small children and had a very nice time. At the very entrance there was some floating bridges that we used for free. As a family activity it was a blast. There is also a mini farm with bunnies,...More
A true masterpiece in the making, this attraction is made completely out of wood and it is still under construction (expected to finish around 2050). They also have an area for showcasing the carvings done by workers. For those wishing to take an internal tour...More
We should wear a helmet in order to enter the temple since they are under renovation, so can't enjoy much the view there
You think you're going to an ancient Thai monastery but really it's just a tourist attraction built out of wood in1981...bit of a let-down but worth a visit anyway.
The sanctuary of Truth is one of the most beautiful sights in chonburi, We would really recommend this beautiful place as a romantic get a way for couples.
A huge all-wood architecture stands by the beach - a Buddhist and Hindu temple. Every piece of the temple is made by sculptured wood.The building has been built for decades but erosion causes continuous replacement. Does not take long to finish the temple tour. The...More