Located at Sing Buri province, about 1 hr 40min drive from Bangkok. Before reaching the Wat Pikul Thong Phra Aram Luang temple, you can see a huge sitting Buddha status from far away. It about 42 meter high. The Buddha statue surface are pasted with thousands of small gold color mosaic. You can see some sparkle under the sun light. In front of the Buddha status there is a small lake, very peaceful and quiet surrounding. The temple former abbot Luang Phor Pae, one of the most respectful monk and amulets are very popular in Thailand and over the world.
Wat Pikunthong, one of Singburi’s most impressive temples. Stand at the front of the complex and be awed by the large seated Buddha statue behind the pretty pond. See the colourful shrine to the Hindu deity of Ganesha and the large Chinese Buddha before going to the other side of the pond. There are several shrines, including one dedicated to the Chinese deity of Guan Yin, and an area where Thai Buddhists can have their fortunes told by machines. Go underneath the large Buddha statue to see depictions of Buddhist heaven and hell before climbing the steps to enjoy the views.
Wat Pikul Thong Phra Aram Luang
Location: 93 Moo 3 Phikul Thong, Tha Chang District, Sing Buri 16140 Thailand