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Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat, Nonthaburi

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat is located in Nonthaburi. To visit Wat Chaloem Phra Kiat on your trip to Nonthaburi, use our Nonthaburi family vacation planner.
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  • As the oldest temple in Nonthaburi of 100-year-old villager of Rama III head or King Rama IV (1851-2367 (1824)) 3. Graciously created before he died in 2390 (1847)
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  • Travel to measure can arrive by car convenient. The atmosphere of the temple makes the heart more peaceful. For designers can choose the beautiful photographs and worship the Buddha in sotthi beautiful too.
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  • Carried out excellent walks in the Park near this temple. The building of the temple and stupas of mitigate. But this temple is a traditional for Thailand, nothing unusual. Much greater joy brought fish feeding in the River near the temple. In this place the river simply teeming with sheatfish, while feeding the impression that water boils.
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  • It's the one of ancient temple in Thailand. With combination of Thai and Chinese structure, this place is very good to go on a picnic or sight-seeing. You can cross the river from Nonthaburi Pier and take a motorbike-taxi to this place. Strolling on the riverside passage and feeding the fish is fun.
  • Lovely & quiet temple with Chinese architecture. This temple was initiated by King Rama III, and completed by King Rama IV.
  • Nice Park, temple going through a little but of renovation. Fed the fish. Also has a bunch of wild peacocks roaming around.
  • Beautiful place.
  • Good
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