Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, Wat Saket, Wat Chalong, Wat Khao Rang, Jui Tui Shrine, Wat Phra Thong, Wat Chai Mongkon, Wat Khao Chi Chan, The Sanctuary of Truth Temple and many more.
The temples in Thailand have always been a source of attraction for visitors. The unique architecture, innovative designing and extensive use of wood in many of these temples make them a worth visiting destination. With this small country having over 40,000 temples, you are likely to have an amazing experience exploring some of the better and lesser-known of these temples.
Thailand temples are unique in itself. Wat Pho in Bangkok is known for its thousand images of Buddha and the largest standing Buddha image which is 150 feet tall. Similarly, Wat Khao Rang in Phuket has a statue of Hindu God of death, Yamaraja and idols of monks who passed away over a period. Each one of these temples holds special significance in Thailand’s history. Wat Tham Sua evolved as a tiger cave temple in Krabi due to the presence of a tiger which used to roam in the area, also attracts a large number of visitors from all over the world.