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Phra Pathom Chedi School, Nakhon Pathom
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Visit the largest pagoda in Thailand at Phra Pathom Chedi School, a temple first established in the 6th century that now houses historical relics and the remains of renowned Thai figures. When you go, look for the image of Buddha bestowing pardon. King Rama VI's relics are kept at the bottom of this statue. The attraction's stupa, a mound-like structure used for meditation, is the tallest in the world. If you get hungry, look for food stalls that line the street leading to the attraction. Plan to see Phra Pathom Chedi School and other attractions that appeal to you using our Nakhon Pathom vacation generator.
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  • This temple was the andmark of Nakornpatom for the local and other people in Thai.This Buddha was so ancient and have more area to sightseeing especially the cave have some chineese Buddha, and sleep ...  more »
  • Ancient temple, Nakhon Pathom province, was restored several times, a fall of Rochester until the active ingredient has the highest pagoda in the country, Thailand. Located in the middle of the city Nakhon Pathom m travel convenience. Not far from Bangkok.
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  • Incredible Buddhist edifice clearly seen from the highway. There are so many to see in Thailand that the novelty wears off. I feel sorry that they think they must donate money to receive a blessing or...  more »
  • 55 km to the west from Bangkok. I visited Kanchanaburi return. The world's largest pagoda, is "Phra Pathommachedi". I purchased a three amulet.
  • This is like Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. You can feel peace atmosphere...
  • Very calm and serene.
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  • Huge and bautiful