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Review of Phra That Na Dun

Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Another place to explore very holy Buddhist site so be sure to dress in proper etire there are sarongs there if needed...not a lot to see but worth the trip.....find a good guide as there is other places to visit along the way...and you can make a day of it

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Reviewed 21 January 2017

A trek from Khon Kaen but worth it. Hardly anyone about, not too hot, perfect for looking around. I took pleasure in banging as many gongs as I could, supposedly to bring good luck by waking the spirits. The spire had a gold cloth (as shown in the photo) which was being raised during the visit.

Thank Andy W
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Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

In the centre of Na Dun stands stupa that is worth visiting. Large in its kind, covered with coloured cloth. Each Center of a wall of the base of the stipa has a Buddha statue in a different position. Locals pay merits by praying at each statue and offer flowers and incense sticks. The story tells of a farmer that was working his field before seeding and found a small stupa that was covered with gems. Inside a fragment of a bone...believed to be of Buddha. The local government decided to erect the large stupa to cover the artefacts.

Thank fabian4fabian
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Reviewed 20 April 2016

This temple is said to be dated from some time around the 9th century. It is beutiful, and a good place to visit. Avoid major festive days, as it can get very crowded. The park next door is used as a back-drop for photoshoots - very interesting to do some people watching.

Thank SJHB0806
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Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile
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