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My first tattoo

The Sak (tap) Yant from my understanding is of prayers or “Yantra” and is traditionally applied by... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Joeyisinyourhead
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Disappointed

I wanted to visit to get a tattoo from a monk and have it blessed as the Temple is world... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
7ony55
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Nong Prue, Thailand
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Sak (tap) Yant from my understanding is of prayers or “Yantra” and is traditionally applied by a monk and is done by tapping a needle til the work is done. The monk suggested Hah Taew (5 lines) each line is a different blessing. Great...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

I wanted to visit to get a tattoo from a monk and have it blessed as the Temple is world famous. Therein lies the problem. We visited on a quiet, wet Saturday afternoon, disregarding the advise available here. The Temple and surrounding area was lovely,...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2018

This is the best place for your Yant Tattoo. The monks who make them are very skilled. I got my first one in april 2013.I went downstairs and I got the Gao Yord that controls all other Yants from the neck down. There was no...More

2  Thank KoenSchenke
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

First of all this is no disrespect against the monks / religion or anything. Just for us foreigners it’s really weird why we get charged 10 times more. Of course I went upstairs because I didn’t want to have the shared needle thing anyway. Same...More

4  Thank latift2015
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

An amazing place to visit, I’ve got my 4th tattoo so far. Only around 50km from Bangkok central. If your choosing a tattoo do some research on the meanings and also go upstairs to choose your own. The third time I went there I went...More

6  Thank jonyfernandez
Reviewed 15 March 2018

i had read the articles, did my homework , and was nervous, but finally big day came, the long traditional needle tattoo wasn't nearly as painful as i had expected, a bit irritating but over quickly, and my machine made tattoo by the famous monk...More

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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

As I was planning on going here for a tattoo I couldn’t find a recent review so here it goes: Have been looking into this for a while and have read mixed reviews about foreigners being ushered upstairs at the temple and asked to pay...More

3  Thank Erin C
Reviewed 14 March 2018

As many people I wanted to get a sak yant and read a lot reviews on the internet. On Tuesday I decided to go there and after some issues with my UBER driver who tried to rip me off by demanding the tripple amount that...More

5  Thank Jean-Luca-x
Reviewed 5 December 2017

i was skeptical to get one , i reached early in the morning to be the first one in line. The priests and the people there are really nice. We were offered , breakfast and tea by the priests. The whole process of the tattoo...More

4  Thank Kalakoti
Reviewed 17 August 2017

I've seen some mixed reviews here and online. I just went yesterday so this is pretty current. First it's a nice day trip and once out of bangkok it's really lush and semi-rural where the Temple is. Really calming. The Temple grounds are spectacular -...More

5  Thank steve_king1967
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Response from Erin C | Reviewed this property |
There were women both upstairs and downstairs but I cannot say forsure whether they were able to get tattoos as we left. I ended up getting a Sak Yant in Chiang Mai at a place called “Sak Yant Chiang Mai” and it was an... More
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