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Wat Buppharam or Wat Plai Klong

Moo 3, Ban Plai Khlong, Phattanagan Plaiklong Rd. | Wang Krachae Subdistrict, Trat 23000, Thailand
+66 39 512 636
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Good Thai temple, wat Buppharam

It's an old Wat, lots of space, very natural environment, peaceful, because it's not in the centre... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2017
Elena B
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Trat
Stunning wat well preserved and besutiful

I always enjoy visiting all the wats and this is a prime exampl well kept / maintained beautiful... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2016
Katalina40
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UK
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  • Excellent51%
  • Very good27%
  • Average22%
  • Poor0%
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16 Jan 2017
“Good Thai temple, wat Buppharam”
29 Dec 2016
“Stunning wat well preserved and besutiful”
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Moo 3, Ban Plai Khlong, Phattanagan Plaiklong Rd. | Wang Krachae Subdistrict, Trat 23000, Thailand
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+66 39 512 636
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Reviewed 17 January 2017

It's an old Wat, lots of space, very natural environment, peaceful, because it's not in the centre, it's not crowded, you will feel very comfortable being there. Inside of temple buildings you can see wall paintings. There is a free museum on wat's territory ....More

Thank Elena B
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Reviewed 29 December 2016

I always enjoy visiting all the wats and this is a prime exampl well kept / maintained beautiful with lots of stray dogs and cats all the ingredients required for the perfect temple. Take a sarong to cov up and please take heed of the...More

Thank Katalina40
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Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

the temple is being taken care off so well. it is much more cleaner than the average standard of the provincial thai temples. the trees and garden are very well maintained. i love the temple architectures that are small scale and simply decorated, but yet...More

Thank Pop P
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Reviewed 11 April 2016

There is nothing particularly special about Wat Plai Klong in itself. Its temple architecture and decoration is typical of a million such Thai temples. What makes it a little special to my mind is the way it is integrated into the local community right in...More

Thank David B
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Reviewed 12 April 2015

It may be one of the oldest temples but compared to the City Pillar this was quite ordinary to me. I was in and out again in less than ten minutes. Not really worth making a special journey to see.

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Reviewed 30 December 2014

The temple is the oldest in Trat, it was established 1648 and the highlight for many Thai visitors is seeing the oldest wooden Viharn in the country. Personally I liked the drunken dog statues.

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