Wat Phra Phutthabat Huai Tom : Lamphun, Thailand

Wat Phra Phutthabat Huai Tom is regarded as the biggest temple in Li district, Lamhun province. It is also the most important temple in Phra Bat Huay Tom for Karen villagers (Pga K’ nyau). At the entrance to the temple, there is a monument of Kruba Chaiwongsa.

Wat Phra Phutthabat Huai Tom is regarded as the biggest temple in Li district, Lamhun province. It is also the most important temple in Phra Bat Huay Tom for Karen villagers (Pga K’ nyau). At the entrance to the temple, there is a monument of Kruba Chaiwongsa. The temple is very spacious, a place of worship and spiritual center of the villagers in the Huay Tom community.

The interior is very beautiful with a unique Lanna style, where the materials being created by laterite from the temple backyard. The major attractions include: Vihan Phra Muang Kaew where relics are decorated beautifully. It is the place where the astral remains of Luang Pu Kruba Chaiwongsa are enshrined.

Wat Phra Phutthabat Huai Tom
Location: Na Sai, Li District, Lamphun 51110 Thailand




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