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Travel Guide > East > Rayong > History and Culture

Temples in Rayong

Like other provinces in Thailand, Rayong province is great for people into visiting temples...

Although famed for islands and beaches, Rayong province has more than its share of temples to visit... Many of the temples are related to heroes some of Thailand's heroes like kings and poets.


 

At your leisure

Rayong's temples are well worth a visit if you are in the area...


Rayong
Wat Pa Pradu

Located on Sukhumvit Road, Wat Pa Pradu was constructed in the Ayutthaya Period and is one of the area's leading temples. It features a large reclining Buddha which is over 11 metres long and over ...
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Wat Samut Khongkha (Wat Pak Nam)

Located south of Rayong city centre, Wat Samut Khongkha is a pagoda built on a small island on the Rayong River. The history of the 10-meter-high pagoda is unclear and neither is it really clear ho...
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Wat Saranat Thammaram

Built in 1944, Wat Saranat Thammaram contains a replica of the Phra Buddha Chinarat of Phitsanulok. In addition, the temple also houses replicas of other major Buddhist monuments - Phra Pathom Ched...
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