Phang Nga Three Temple Tour
Buddhist Temples represent the heart and soul of Thai life. Come with us to visit three of the most diverse examples in the Phang nga Province and gain an insight into the lives of the Monks, how they and the locals worship. The majority of Thais are practicing Buddhists and the Temple takes its place as the center point for communities to worship. While you are here in the South, let us show you the three most famous Temples that we have here at Phang Nga province.
Dragon temple Cave
Dragon temple Cave is an impressive limestone cave that is growing in reputation, both here and abroad, due to the medicinal herbs made by the Monks who live there. It is believed by many people that illnesses such as Cancer, HIV, and lowering blood cholesterol are curable in this sacred place.
Wat Bang Rieng
Wat Bang Rieng is located on the mountaintop near Ao Nang and combines three different temple styles – Thai, Chinese and Jedi pagoda. It offers the history of Buddha and the sense of purity and cleansing to the people who worship there.
Wat Suwankuha (locally called Wat Tum)
Wat Suwankuha (locally called Wat Tum) & itsprincipal Buddha image is anextremely impressive view. Witness the 15-metre-long reclining Buddha and do not forget the monkeys! These mischievous fellows live across the area and it is your chance to see them up close.
WHAT TO BRING
Round trip transfer from the hotel
English speaking guide
National Park fee
Suitable clothes for temple (arms and legs covered).
Camera (in a waterproof bag).
Adults: 2,300 Baht
children (Under 12 year )1,600 Baht