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Wat Poramaiyikawas

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Tips from locals

Benny
Benny
March 6, 2017
The WatPoramaiyikawatMuseum displays a multitude of interesting items such as votive tablets, crystal ware and porcelains, including unique Mon artwork. One coffin, a “Hem”, was inspired possibly by the coffin of the Lord Buddha. The Hem coffin is used for monks and contains remains like a regular…
Benny
Benny
November 20, 2017
The WatPoramaiyikawat Museum displays a multitude of interesting items such as votive tablets, crystal ware and porcelains, including unique Mon artwork. One coffin, a “Hem”, was inspired possibly by the coffin of the Lord Buddha. The Hem coffin is used for monks and contains remains like a regular…
Anucha
Anucha
July 1, 2015
This temple has a tilt pagoda as a recognised symbol.
LiLo
LiLo
March 10, 2018
Temple of Ramayana Ganga

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