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Wat Ao Noi, Prachuap Khiri Khan
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  • The cave is accessible via a steep concrete trail (no monkeys!) containing a large reclining Buddha with smaller Bhuddas in a 2nd cave. At the entrance you can insert THB10 to light the cave for 20 mi...  more »
  • Wat AO Noi approximately 12 km from the city centre of Prachuap is worth a visit. Towards the North. Temple with large Naga, and friendly monks there are here on the mountain an absolutely remarkable cave temples, rise of 15 min. If you throw 10 baht before the cave they get light for 20 min. Sehenswerte-caves of Buddha. Absolutely worth a visit-better you throw 20 baht in. Pure atmosphere. Many bats. Respect for snakes
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  • The temple is simply wonderful, hand-turned wood carving. There is a small pond with fish, there is a playground for feeding, but unfortunately feed was nothing and next nothing sold. On the embankment construction work to strengthen. After exploring the territory have risen into the cave. There we expect a surprise. At the entrance to the cave is worth a capsule-type switch, which for 10 baht coin includes light in a cave on 10 minutes. We threw 10 baht, descended, the cave is not small, have reached the end and the light goes out! Well that was a phone with a flashlight, to escape from there. So, we recommend you to visit a couple of coins for 10 baht.
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  • I found this temple beautiful. I love the wooden curvings and many paintings inside. Plus there's a cave nearby with laying Buddha up in the mountain from were you can admire the view. The complex with monks' houses is also interesting and on the back of it there's a cute little beach.
  • Dont forget to climb up to the mountain and visit the cave where it is very quiet. Pick up your lighttorch at the entrance. In the first space there is a reclining Budha. In the next room there are about 20 smaller Budha's standing together. Dont be afraid of the dog walking there. He is not dangerous.
  • The old seashell-covered temple is disappearing into the jungle while the new is guarded by massive naga. The cave is more than 250 steps up the mountain and houses several huge Buddha statues.
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  • This temple has a beautiful wood Church and there are 9 Naga เศรี were brilliant! Within the church there is also the Jade Buddha, worship with.
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