Wat Mahathat Yuwaratrangsarit, a Buddhist temple in Bangkok’s Old Town, is one of the city’s ten royal temples of the highest class.
Phuket Big Buddha is a 45-metre-tall white marble statue visible from anywhere in the southern part of Phuket. This impressive landmark is probably at the top of everyone’s ‘Must-Do in Phuket’, and it is a jaw-dropping sight.
The Mongkhon Wararam Temple (Wat Nai Yang) is located in Nai Yang Village, just 500 metres from the superb beach of Nai Yang, and just next to the Proud Hotel.
The Phuket Vegetarian Festival (or Nine Emperor Gods Festival) happens once a year, during the ninth lunar month, and is one of the most auspicious events on Phuket island.
Wat Chalong is the largest, most revered and most visited Buddhist temple in Phuket. According to some sources, it was built at the beginning of the 19th century, 1837.
Wat Pho, the temple of the reclining Buddha, is such an iconic landmark of Bangkok that it is on everyone’s list of places to visit even on a short trip.
What do these 7 Buddha postures mean? Many people see them without knowing what these images mean or are for. Each of them is for a day of the week, and you would pay respect to the statue representing the day you were born.
Wat Arun, also known as the temple of Dawn, is a significant landmark of Bangkok, built before 1656. It’s much more modest than Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace or Wat Pho and the Giant Reclining Buddha, but its iconic shape is better known in many ways.
Sam Kong Shrine in Phuket Town Lim Hu Tai Su is a Chinese Taoist shrine on the north side of Phuket Town, also known as… Read More »Lim Hu Tai Su Shrine (Sam Kong Shrine) ⛩️
The Karon Temple Market has grown steadily in popularity in the past years. Because it only occurs twice a week (Tuesdays and Fridays), people start to plan their evenings around that event.