Phang Nga Temple Tour

See Buddhist art in the Three Temple Tour around Phang Nga
Green Andaman Travel’s Three Temple Tour

When wondering what to do in Thailand, exploring the country’s main religion should be high on your agenda. What better place to start than with an amazing three Temple tour?

Buddhism runs so deeply in every aspect of Thai culture, it really is a fascinating first step to learning about the people of this wonderful country. The Amazing Three Temple tour will take you to three incredible examples of Thai house of worship in Phang Nga province. Temples are central to community life here in Thailand and they house some beautiful Buddhist art.

Delve Deeper into Thai Culture

Phang Nga province is home to three of Thailand’s most amazing Temples. Bang Rieng Temple is set high upon a mountain; it is the largest Temple pagoda in Phang Nga and affords breath-taking views across the province. This Temple allegedly houses a piece of Buddha’s relic and has interesting Buddha Statues on display. Dragon Cave Temple is the site of stunning stalagmite and stalactite caves.

Finally, Temple Suwan Khuha (or Wat Suwan Khuha in Thai language) is one of the most historic of Phang Nga’s Temples. This Temple is set in a giant cave and houses a 15 metre long reclining Buddha. During this Temple tour an authentic Thai-style lunch is provided at a local restaurant.

Amazing Three Temple Tour Itinerary:

08:30 Pick-up from Khao Lak hotel
10:00 Visit Dragon Cave Temple
11:30 Visit Bang Rieng Temple
13:00 Lunch at local reataurant next to the river
14:30 Visit Suwan Khuha Cave Temple
17:00 Arrive at Hotel

What to Bring:

Respectable Clothing* Insect Repellent Sun Protection Camera
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*Please be respectful of Thai culture and wear appropriate clothing into Temples. Shoulders and knees should be covered.

Please Note: Itinerary may change due to bad weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

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