Temples of Thailand

Wat Saket, Bangkok
WAT SAKET, BANGKOK

White Temple Chiang Rai - 17-8
WHITE TEMPLE, CHIANG RAI

Chaiyaphum Temple
Temple, Chaiyaphum

Sanctuary of Truth 17-8
Sanctuary of Truth, Temple in Pattaya

Big Buddha Phuket 11-7
BIG BUDDHA TEMPLE on a hill at PHUKET

Wat Phra That Doi Kham - Chiang Mai
WAT PHRA THAT DOI KHAM, CHIANG MAI

Wat Chaiwatthanaram - Ayudtthaya
WAT CHAIWATTHANARAM, AYUDHYA

Wat Arun, Bangkok
WAT ARUN, BANGKOK

There are a total of 40,717 Buddhist temples (Thai: Wat) in Thailand as of 31 December 2004, of which 33,902 are in current use, according to the Office of National Buddhism.[1] Of the 33,902 active temples, 31,890 are of the Maha Nikaya and 1,987 are of the Dhammayuttika Nikaya orders of the Theravada school, while 12 are of the Chinese Nikaya and 13 are of the Anam Nikaya orders of the Mahayana school. Two hundred and seventy-two temples, 217 of the Maha Nikaya order and 55 of the Dhammayut order, hold the status of royal temple. Royal wisungkhamasima (Pali: visuṃ gāmasīmā), official recognition of a temple’s legitimacy, has been granted to 20,281 temples.

Source: Wikipedia

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