Wat Phai Lom : Chanthaburi, Thailand

Going across the Chanthaburi River from Si Chan Road and taking a left turn 1 kilometre from the bridge, 800 meters off the main road is Wat Phai Lom.

The Rama III-era Ubosot features wall murals on all four sides portraying the story of Lord Buddha with Chinese floral designs as well as illustrations of foreigners with must have been commissioned after the time of his reign.

There is also a ubosot of western architectural influence attesting to Chanthaburis artistic and cultural contact with the western world.

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Wat Phai Lom

Short Description: It was established since late Ayutthaya era and served as the Buddhism school for monks for more than hundred years. The Rama III-era Ubosot features wall murals on all four sides portraying the story of Lord Buddha with Chinese floral designs as well as illustrations of foreigners with must have been commissioned after the time of his reign.

Author: Ruang-Ampon Buniad

Publisher - Orgnization: Asia Travel Gate

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Wat Phai Lom : Chanthaburi, Thailand was last modified on October 9, 2018 by Ruang-Ampon Buniad

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  1. Travel Reviewer May 30, 2018
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