Wat Saen Suk Sutthiwararam : Chonburi, Thailand

Wat Saen Suk Sutthiwararam is near Bang Sean beach with a wide area (more than 30 rai) and has the Buddhism identity since there is religious stucco sculptures inside the temple. The area to present those stucco sculptures is divided into three parts, which are Suan Phut, Mueang Sawan and Dan Narok.

Wat Saen Suk Sutthiwararam is near Bang Sean beach with a wide area (more than 30 rai) and has the Buddhism identity since there is religious stucco sculptures inside the temple. The area to present those stucco sculptures is divided into three parts, which are Suan Phut, Mueang Sawan and Dan Narok.

Suan Phut is the story about Buddha’s life, starting from birth, enlighten, and nirvana. Whereas, Mueang Sawan is about the prophets of the religions or doctrines, such as Jesus Christ and Guan Yin, etc. Lastly, Dan Narok is the most exciting since there are statues that represent the punishment and life after death in hell and the edification to reminisce of karma.

These statues provide the morals and precepts. Some works are concealed with humor. Anyone who comes to Bang Saen beach and wants to see something else apart from the sea, come and visit Wat Saen Suk Sutthiwararam. It is not far from Bang Saen beach (about 1 kilometer) in which the location is Soi 14, Bang Saen Sai 2 Road. The important thing is that there is no entrance fee to visit this temple.

Wat Saen Suk Sutthiwararam (Wang Saen Suk Monastery Garden)
Location: 150 Bang Saen Sai 2 Rd, Saen Suk, Muang Chon Buri District, Chon Buri 20130 Thailand




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