‪Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram‬

חוות דעת על ‪Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram‬, ‪Uthumphon Phisai‬

‪Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram‬

‪Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram‬
4.5
‪09:00 - 16:00‬
‪Monday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Tuesday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Wednesday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Thursday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Friday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Saturday‬
09:00 - 16:00
‪Sunday‬
09:00 - 16:00
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4.5
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Radar47
‪Yasothon Province‬, תאילנד‪214 contributions‬
‪An unusual but educational facility‬
דצמ׳ 2020
‪Having read a review of this Wat, my wife & I along with a local friend, decided to visit it during our trip to Sisaket. The parking area is quite large so at this stage of construction no issues in finding space. Food & beverage is available from several shops with adequate shady areas.

This Wat reminds me of Disneyland’s Magic Kingdom offering fairy-tale lighting, dragons & mythical beings. Whilst it is still under construction there is no shortage of curio stalls, not only at the entrance to the Naga cave but within as well. Whilst we were there 5 bus loads of young, well behaved students arrived and we noticed that their phones were working overtime taking a myriad of photos. It confirms a suggestion that it is a learning center for Buddhist history in the making.

This “temple” is not my idea of a facility for worship but as an “entertainment” or educational area it would work quite well. My elderly Thai friends were circumspect in their comments.‬
‪Written 23 בדצמבר 2020‬
‪This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.‬

Instantcalmer
‪Yasothon‬, תאילנד‪959 contributions‬
‪Buddhist fantasy‬
דצמ׳ 2019
‪Hard to know what to make of this temple; kind of a theme park atmosphere in a way. The dragon theme is obvious but there appears to be a handsome Hindu warrior who may be the Buddha as a prince or a shape shifting personage related to the dragon. Anyway the Thais seem to love it all and come to do their reverential ritual acts, buy lottery tickets and eat and drink. It's all kind of a Thai Buddhist day out.
The sculpture work and the casting of the Buddha in a ceramic looking statue were impressive enough but it seems rather secular to me and the garish lighting reminds me of Chinese caves. But maybe entertainment, laughter and colour are the way Thais approach their Buddhist way of life.
Not that easy to find, even for Thais (follow the inexact GPS?) and some distance from Sisaket city. I see there is also a beer bottle temple in Sisaket province, for a double fantasy adventure.‬
‪Written 1 בדצמבר 2019‬
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