Wat Bang Thing  -    
 Known as:   Wat Bang Thueng    
 Description:   Built in 1780, Wat Bang Thueng is Iocated aIongside Klong Bang Thueng and Khlong Bang Klam.
This temple was officially consecrated by the King in 1901.It is among the oldest temples sītuated by the banks of Khlong Bang Thueng and Klong Bang Klam, reflecting Buddhist practices of ancient settlements which have been around in the are a since the early Rattanakosin period until now.
The remaining  art treasures within the precincts of Wat Bang Thueng are the Ordination Hall, the Stupa, the Monks' Residence, the Bell Tower and the Shrine of the Replica of Buddha's Footprint, all of which represent the local art forms of Southern Thailand which are worth preserving.
 Province   Songkhla  Direction:      
 District   Khuan Niang    
 City   Khuan Niang  Comments:    Official Web:    
 Genre   Temple      Related links:    
 Best exposure   AM/PM          
 Opening time   N/A          
 Entry fee   Free     GPS :   7.121805 N 100.41946 E  
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