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Wat Phu Tok, Si Wilai

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Landmark Religious Site
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TripAdvisor
  • this place always give me a good glimpse of life.. especially if u are able to catch the sunset or the sunrise...! Great that i found this place but i am not sure.. how many years before i am unable t...  more »
  • There is a toure guide in Bueng Kan English speaking That can take you to Wat Phu Tok mountain and lots more places.  more »
  • If you are traveling through Bueng Kan province you must visit this temple complex for the views alone. It is a very steep climb up 600 steps but is worth it at the top. You get the opportunity to wal...  more »
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  • We only made it to 5 levels out of 7 (due to time constraint) allow for roughly 2 for the full hike. Great scenery. Some steps are quite steep but manageable (even for people in their 60s)
  • We take all our guests from Thailand Painting Holidays to Wat Phu Tok as its a great place to visit. We enjoy climbing the steep steps and the wonderful view. The climb is hard so you need to be reasonably fit. The walkways and railings appear to be held together with old pieces of timber and nails so the walk around the mountain can be quite exciting. However, if you are sensible its quite safe. We dont take our young children as its too worrying. I have climbed the mountain on many occasions but I am still not sure of the various routes. There are several sets of steps which can be taken. Level 5 is where the Wat is and if you go around the other side you get to the small platform across a bridge with a Buddha. If you turn to your left and go that way the path is not too bad however if you keep going around at that level so you end up where you started the path is scary where is goes around the cliff face. The same applies at level 6
  • Not sure if the view is worth the climb and dangerous stairs. We went to level 6. Bring water!
  • A Great Place.
  • Ajahn Juan established the wat a Phu Tok