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It is bit further from Chachoengsao then we thought: you need the best part off the afternoon + 300 B for the return trip by tug-tuk to see it. The Wat Po is charming, quiet and in nice setting, but the only remarkable attraction are...More
A nice area to take a stroll at the end of a long sight seeing say. Cats, dogs, and chickens roam the streets with complete freedom. It was late afternoon and I found it quite fascinating watching some bats hanging high up silhouetting the high...More
Not your usual Wat- with no tourist frenzy, souvenir markets and the such.
Very serene, old Wat where time seems to move slower.
But the greatest attraction are the fruit bats.
Hundreds of them, hanging from all the trees in and around the Wat.
It is near a river so it's fresh and great.
But it has a lot of bats => really dirty. But it's really attractive and strange with me. :D
I took a paper from here what talked about my future. I prayed at there.
I almost do not want to share this place because I do not want it to be run by tourists, but I want to spread the word. Bang Khla is the temple of bats. Big fruit bats hanging from the trees. Hundreds of them. Don't...More
A spiritual and reflective experience. It's not just about the temple of the reclining Buddha as majestic as that is. For me it's about the chilled vibe. The calming music and seductive smell of incense sticks, the irresistible Thai food, the worshippers praying in silent...More