Wat Photivihan Sleeping Buddha, Tumpat

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  • The Thai Temple houses one of the biggest Sleeping Buddha and one of the 25 temples in this area of Tumpat, making a suitable day trip for temple visits (with own transport, as public transport can... 
    The Thai Temple houses one of the biggest Sleeping Buddha and one of the 25 temples in this area of Tumpat, making a suitable day trip for temple visits (with own transport, as public transport can...  more »
  • Large but quite empty grounds. This is where a 40 meter Sleeping Buddha lies. Only exciting thing here was the food stalls. However, I called for a coconut ice-cream but an ice-cream on a coconut... 
    Large but quite empty grounds. This is where a 40 meter Sleeping Buddha lies. Only exciting thing here was the food stalls. However, I called for a coconut ice-cream but an ice-cream on a coconut...  more »
  • The sleeping Buddha is impressive but there's not really a lot to do here other than take a quick picture. The rest of the temple is nothing really special. 
    The sleeping Buddha is impressive but there's not really a lot to do here other than take a quick picture. The rest of the temple is nothing really special.  more »
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  • The main attraction is the large reclining Buddha. There is a smaller sized four faced Buddha situated on its left front. There is another side temple housing the Kuanyin goddess. Near the entrance is a small stall selling fresh coconut drinks. There are other buildings for meditation and prayers.
  • One of a kind, unique and interesting place. It houses one of the largest sleeping buddha in south east asia. It is a must-go attraction for tourist, and holy place for believers.
  • Large reclining Buddha surrounded by temples and shrines. Worth a visit.
  • On 29th January when I reached there around 4.30pm the light offering was closed.
  • The temple looks good but it was closed when we visited. The worst is the temple was full of sick dogs that roamed around and make the whole place stink. Quite wasted. Didn't even get down the car.

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