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Wat Yan Temple
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Wat Yan Temple
Wat Yansangwararam (known as Wat Yan) is about a 30-minute drive from Central Pattaya. Wat Yansangwararam was built in 1976, and although it is relatively modern, it is one of the most significant temples in the Pattaya area because it is under the patronage of His Majesty the King. Many of the buildings and gardens of Wat Yan cover an area of about 146 acres about 366 RAI, the temple was dedicated to the High Patriarch Somdet Phra Yanasangwon.
Wat Yansangwararam contains many Buddhist relics that are said to belong to the Buddha and his disciples, and an exact copy of the Buddha’s footprint.
There are relatively few cultural monuments in Pattaya and its environs. This city is replete primarily with the entertainment industry. It features an original design. However, it can not be called ancient, it was built in 1976.
In addition to its unusual appearance, this temple is known for storing fragments of the skeleton of the Buddha. Program for any excursions to this temple.
Transfer contains return trip, oil, high tolls, 1 hour stay. Each extra hour costs 300 THB.
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