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Wat Chedi Hoi is located at Mu 4, Tambon Bo Ngoen. To get there: Take Highway No. 341 (Pathum Thani – Lat Lum Kaeo) to kilometre marker Nos. 21-22 and turn to the temple for about ten kilometres. In the compound of the temple, many gigantic fossilised oyster shells, aged millions of years were discovered. Luangpho Thongklueng, therefore, took the shells to build a Chedi at the entrance of and in the temple. Furthermore, there is a museum collecting Buddha images, art objects, antiques, and many old utensils such as Sam Khok water jars, pottery, engraved wood, calculators, etc. Within the compound of the temple is a herbal garden, as well as, turtle and fish ponds for tourists to relax and feed the animals.


Wat Phuet Udom is in Tambon Lam Sai 31 kilometres from the National Memorial along Highway No. 3312. There is a minibus provided from Min Buri, Nong Chok, and Saphan Mai to the temple all day. This temple is located

on the bank of Khlong Hok Wa and contains many sculptures presenting the belief in sins and goodness

in Buddhism. Inside the ubosot resides a replica of the Luangpho Sothon Buddha image with small

stairs up to the artificial six realms of heaven and down to hell under the ubosot.



The Lotus Museum  The museum is situated in Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi. Founded in 2000 as

a project of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to collect lotus species both Thai, foreign and hybrid, this museum is a research and learning centre.

Its aim is to study the lotus itself and put different parts of the plant to good use. In addition, it is a lotus

botanical garden, dedicated to the preservation and propagation of the beautiful flower, and this makes

it an ideal resource for eco tourism.



The area is filled with hundreds of various kinds of lotus planted both in pots and in ponds, including

Mangkala Ubol which received the award of Best New Hardy Water lily 2004 in the 19th World Lotus Competition in the U.S.A. The museum is open everyday, 8:30 - 16:30 with free admission.

For further information, contact Lotus Museum, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, 39  Mu 1 Rangsit - Nakhon Nayok Road, Tambon Khlong Hok, Amphoe Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12110 Tel: 0 2549 3043  0 2549 3043

08 9692  9808  Web Site: http://lotus.rmutt.ac.th

Pathum Thani Province, Places of Interest

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