Wat Kaew Korawaram is a Buddhist temple in the city of Krabi, Thailand. Located on a hill above the city’s downtown, it is accessed by an entrance plaza off one of the city’s main streets and a grand staircase lined by nāga sculptures.
Wat Kaew Korawaram is the biggest and most important temple in Krabi town and is perhaps second in popularity and beauty after the Tiger temple Wat Tham Seua throughout Krabi province. It is very remarkable, and the people called the White temple because on the outside it is dazzling white. Inside, the walls are inscribed with colorful frescoes depicting some stories from Buddha’s life.
The main building is located on the territory of the entire Church complex and a Park, which includes the monastery. You can calmly navigate through the entire site and see all that you want, but in some rooms you can enter only with the permission of the monks and priests, and some trails are only for walking of the monks and their meditation.
It is one of the largest temples in Krabi, but is not as famous as Wat Tham Suea (Tiger Cave Temple). Other temples near Krabi town include Wat Kaew, Wat Bang Riang, Wat Klong Thom, Wat Sai Thai.