Reader reports: temple

Wat Kham Chanot

Wat Kham Chanot part 1

The Wat is certainly nothing special for non-Buddhists - but since it gained its importance through a Naga allegedly living in the adjacent lake, the area has remained unspoilt.
For this reason, the island retains an exceptional and spectacular vegetation. Don't forget to take a couple of large plastic bottles so you can take your Thai family some 'holy' Nagawater!

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Wat Kham Chanot

Wat Kham Chanot part 2

For the first part of the report click here.

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Wat Phu Tok

Three days in NE Isaan - Part 1: Phu Tok

Access via the 227/222 Kalasin highway.

For three days I was traveling by bike in the far northeast of Isaan - quite a sparsely populated area, very scenic with still largely natural vegetation. An ideal place for eco-tourists and a wonderful spot for a cozy and tranquil biking trip on a comfortable chopper.

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Wat Phu Tok

Three days in NE-Isaan - Part 2: Phu Tok

This is the second part of the report on the visit by photographer Gerhard Veer to Wat Phu Tok.

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Wat Pha Sorn Kaew / Phetchabun

Wat Pha Sorn Kaew part 1

When I read 'The Wat is a unique and spectacular building, rivalling (link) Notre Dame in Paris, The Sistine Chapel in Rome and the Taj Mahal in India', then I can only say that I think it is ridiculous to compare such a new piece of art with those absolute highlights of human architecture!

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Wat Pha Sorn Kaew / Phetchabun

Wat Pha Sorn Kaew part 2

At the end of this second part of the report, we have published the coordinates, a map, and a link to Google Maps to Wat Pha Kaew Sorn in Phetchabun. For the first part of the report on Udon-News, click here.

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