Wat Khuha Sawan is a temple located at the foot of Khao Khuha Sawan near the city market. This is one of the ancient monuments of Phatthalung. Assumably, it was built in around the 8th–10th centuries.
Inside the cave, a giant reclining Buddha image, pagoda, and other Buddha images are found together with some earthen votive tablets of the Srivijaya period. Inscriptions of royal initials belonging to King Rama V and Their Majesties the King and Queen appear in front of the cave.
Furthermore, stucco arts in Tham Nang Khlot depict folklore. The temple is open daily from 8.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m.
Wat Khuha Sawan
Location: 81 Khuha Sawan Road; Khuha Sawan, Mueang Phatthalung, Phatthalung 93000 Thailand