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Wat Tham Sap Muet  
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 Description:   Near Pak Chong, southwest of Nakhon Ratchasima province, Wat Tham Sap Muet is located on the hillside, away from most of the area's tourist attractions.
In the distance, it is noticed thanks to its immense Chedi dominating the surroundings.
This magnificent stupa was erected about ten years ago to honor Luang Pu Mi Yanamuni and Luang Pu Ta, two monks recognized for their practice of the Dharma, that is to say the way of the Buddha.
From the outside, this square-shaped Chedi has nine points in total, of which the main enthroned more than thirty meters from the ground.
Before entering this stupa, take the time to admire the unobstructed view of the plain below and Lamtakhong Lake, one of the symbols of your entry to the Isan region.
This stupa serves as a museum and in many ways resembles that of Wat Pa Salawan in Nakhon Ratchasima.
The two monks mentioned above each have their effigies, accompanied by their relics and the statues of two renowned monks, Luang Pu Man and Luang Pu Sao.
Just as in the stupa of Wat Pa Salawan, in front of the statues of the windows protect the personal belongings of the two monks to whom this stupa is dedicated.
The name of this temple refers to a cave, Wat Tham, but it is made available for meditation sessions, so there is little chance that it will be open or allowed to be there. enter.
 
 Province   Nakhon Ratchasima  Direction:      
 District   Pak Chong    
 City   Chan Thuek  Comments:    Official Web:    
 Genre   Temple      Related links:    
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 Entry fee   Free     GPS :   14.78794 N 101.43020 E  
                     
                     
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