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Wat Wang Wiwekaram, Sangkhla Buri
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  • Villa Vega wang Temple, Rama, or what is commonly referred to as "Wat utotma". In addition to being a major tourist attraction of sangkhlaburi, then. The temple is also considered very important for local people, and is the heart and soul of many ethnic people living in sangkhlaburi, both Thailand and Karen in particular for nationals of Thailand Mon descent at utotma father was a "tribe" deity ". Villa Vega wang Temple, Rama is the power that faith against the father is a beautiful temple is respect faith.
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  • This Wat is famous for the monk Luang Phaw Uttama who was born in Burma but fled to Thailand during a war and eventually built the Wat in Sangkhlaburi. He was also responsible for construction of the ...  more »
  • This temple. For people who like to travel and know Temple well known already in another name called as "Wat utotma", but the construction here is also beautiful. With art, you can see the Mon people watch. Called to be holy, not because, but just came to take the picture alone is worth a visit, but if they are elderly people here forget visit tongaya worship the body of Pastor utotma monastery also kept in a glass coffin in as well.
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  • Poking out of the forest above town, this temple is the spiritual centre of Thailand's Mon people. The wí·hǎhn with three green and yellow towers is a shrine to the highly respected monk Luang Phaw Uttama who died in 2006 and whose body lies inside. Born in Myanmar, he fled to Thailand in 1949 to escape the civil war and became a cornerstone of the Mon community in both countries, as well as a noted Buddhist leader across Thailand.
  • Good for sightseeing
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  • This temple was built with a subscribing State between the nationals of Thailand and Mon by Luang Phor utotma that's so characteristic of Thailand and Mon architecture. Other unique Temple.
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