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Wat Larn Kuad - Beer Bottle Temple, Sisaket

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  • Nice quiet Wat, appears they are making lots of improvements to facilities here. You can get food and a drink here, pleasant to stroll around.  more »
  • Not a standalone attraction but it is very different. There are several different types of bottles used so not only beer bottles, they have used energy drinks like M150 and electrolytes also. An imagi...  more »
  • The Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaeo (วัดป่ามหาเจดีย์แก้ว), commonly known as Wat Laan Kuat (วัดล้านขวด) or Wat one million bottles, is Khun Han in Sisaket Province and is said to have been built after a local monk, in a dream, he saw a temple all-glass, symbol of transparency. A complex built with cement and bottles. (English transliteration is proposed only by LARN = R changes, lengthening of A). Architectural work not kitsch but to insert between other works "special" scattered throughout the world. In the picture the building called Phra Ubosot, commonly Bot, the main element of the complex of buildings forming a Wat. Inside it houses the most important statue of Buddha and here takes the rite of ordination. (The term Wat, in fact, indicates a more or less large complex buildings bordered by a fence that is accessed from the Portal). Located with a short detour on the road to the Thai entrance (currently closed) leading to the Preah Vihear temple or Prasat Phra Wihan as Thais call it:. These are the coordinates to get to input-14.618427, 104.419346
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