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Wat Phraphutthachai, Sara Buri
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  • Buddhist temple is located down Highway 1, about one kilometer to Bangkok. Temple is located on a hill, welcoming crowds along the way, the Japanese Macaque.
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  • Anyone travelling through Bangkok-pakchong, Nakhon Ratchasima to see fixed or nakara aging signs to pay homage to Phra phutthachai. Not far from the main line. Easy to find parking more convenient to pay homage to the Buddha film to hard walk up a little bit and drive up visits to Phra phutthabat per someone guarding the car don't want Monkey on your local host woprueang flock to Cancun. The temple and the community has restored the temple and created many beautiful things that visitors to the scenic landscape with graphite and pay homage.
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  • There are ample places images at Phra phutthachai Tham Temple still has most of the restored garden can do more to them. There are a lot of the monkey.
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  • Impressive Buddhist temple over a hill between Saraburi and Korat Provinces. Very quiet and a great panoramic view. Beware, a lot of mokeys along the way!
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  • The temple is located on a hill. Cool monkey roadkill Here is the shadow of Lord Buddha is patterned on the stones. Similar to the Buddha is the origin of the name phutthachai.
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