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Good local restaurant

Beautiful Chinese culture projected in this place. Relaxing with good local restaurant for... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2018
Sakda S
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Bangkok, Thailand
Beautiful Temples and a great tree with lanterns

This site has several places to peek into and best of all a nice place to sit under a magical tree... read more

Reviewed 17 November 2017
digitalnomad44
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Udon Thani, Thailand
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Nittayo Road | Mak Khaeng, Udon Thani 41000, Thailand
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

Beautiful Chinese culture projected in this place. Relaxing with good local restaurant for breakfast.

Thank Sakda S
Reviewed 17 November 2017

This site has several places to peek into and best of all a nice place to sit under a magical tree with Chinese lanterns.

Thank digitalnomad44
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Chao Pu-Ya shrine is a colourful Chinese temple overlooking Nong Bua Lake. The central altar features the Chao Pu (grandfather) and Ya (grandmother) diety. Entrance is free and footwear has to be removed before entering the temple. A pleasant place to visit with lovely views...More

Thank nellielim
Reviewed 3 September 2017

For the religious people this is a unique shrine, for the others it s a great piece of architecture blessed with a peaceful lake. This site present the history of Chinese in Thailand. Inside the last pavillon you can watch a summary in English on...More

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Reviewed 23 January 2017 via mobile

Iwent jogging around the nearly 3 Kms longed lotus lake , nearby this shrine. It's recreational public park for locals , so there are crowds of local spening relaxed time and exercise there. The shrine is on one side of the lake with dpacious parking...More

Thank jajavalB
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

At the southern edge of popularly name by locals Nong Bua Lake (Chaloem Phrakiat Park) is the Thai - Chinese ancestral temple inside the park. Situated near the eastern of the UD Town and train station 15 minutes walking distance. Chao Pu (grandfather) and Ya...More

Thank KianHian L
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

We went here to celebrate Chinese New Year. It was nice, it's situated by the water. It is a little run down, but it was worth the visit.

Thank jpasak
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

Very impressed that Chinese Thai in Udon Thani preserves Confucious through their events and teaching. Presentation of this museum is very nice and you can ask for explanation to tour guide.

Thank Chris K
Reviewed 19 April 2016

A real nice and quiet location, a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle of Thailand. Not busy like you'd find in the tourist areas such as Phuket.

Thank Sean H
Reviewed 7 March 2016 via mobile

This place is beautiful and has a museum that documents the way that Chinese people have integrated and improved Udon Thani. When I first came here I noticed that most big businesses appeared to be Chinese owned and this goes some way as to explain...More

Thank Vince M
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