Wat Phrom Rangsi : Lopburi, Thailand

Depart from Lopburi, Wat Phrom Rangsi temple is located at Soi 12 on Highway No. 21, Di Lang Sub-district, right at the intersection, 9 kilometres from Phatthana Nikhom District. The reason why this temple is called Wat Phrom Rangsi is because in the past, Somdet Phutthachan (To Phrom Rangsi) conducted an ascetic practice and stopped at this area.

Depart from Lopburi, Wat Phrom Rangsi temple is located at Soi 12 on Highway No. 21, Di Lang Sub-district, right at the intersection, 9 kilometres from Phatthana Nikhom District. The reason why this temple is called Wat Phrom Rangsi is because in the past, Somdet Phutthachan (To Phrom Rangsi) conducted an ascetic practice and stopped at this area. Then, people who had strong faith in Buddhism together constructed the temple and named it after the revered monk as a memorial.

Wat Phrom Rangsi temple has an ubosot with four porches. The bell-shape chedi is similar to the Phra Borommathat – a chedi containing a Buddha’s relic – in Nakhon Si Thammarat. Other structures within the well-cared compound are also beautiful surrounded with abundant big and small trees. Passers-by usually visit this temple.

To get there, take Highway 21 to Lop Buri Soi 12. It is located at the intersection. It is approximately 9 kilometers from Phatthana Nikhom district.

Wat Phrom Rangsi
Location: Di Lang, Phatthana Nikhom District, Lopburi 15220 Thailand




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