Wat Phra Prang Muni : Sing Buri, Thailand

Wat Phra Prang Muni is located in Muangmoo Sub-district, opposite to Sing Buri College of Agriculture. There is a large blue arch with the temple’s name at the entrance. The temple is approximately at the 134th -135th kilometer marker from the city center along the highway number 32 (the road to Phrom Buri District).

Wat Phra Prang Muni is located in Muangmoo Sub-district, opposite to Sing Buri College of Agriculture. There is a large blue arch with the temple’s name at the entrance. The temple is approximately at the 134th -135th kilometer marker from the city center along the highway number 32 (the road to Phrom Buri District).

It can be easily predicted from its name that this temple is famous for Phra Prang (a corn-shaped pagoda). Once the visitors arrive at this temple, they will see the remarkably gold color reflecting the sunlight. The pagoda is tall and large in a square shape but is slender at the top.

Around the pagoda are many statues of deity, such as Brahma, Guan Yin, Thao Wessuwan, Rahu, Katyayana, and Mae Nang Kwak. Near the pagoda are Luang Por Yen image hall and the ancient stucco statue of Luang Por Khao and Luang Por Nak.

Wat Phra Prang Muni
Location: Moo 7 Mueang Sing Buri, Sing Buri 16000 Thailand




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