Wat Bang Kung From Unseen Thailand

Thetraveljunkie.orgWat Bang Kung was built in Ayudhaya period (more than 200 years old) and covered by roots of local trees.

Where has been honored as one of the Unseen Thailand, inside an old Buddhist temple is the is a large statue of Nin Mani Buddha, or the villagers called the Luang Phor Dum late Ayutthaya kingdom.

It is the worship of the local people. As well as Thai, which came from other province worship and enjoy the magic of the Buddhist temple by existence of root wood.

It was recommended as a place to discover when I stayed in Baan Amphawa, Samut Songkhram.

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