Spend a day full of culture and religion. See the most amazing three temples around and get insight into a buddhist’s belief.
Experience a whole day full of culture, religion, sightseeing, sounds and flavours… Visit together with us the three most important, most delightful and most interesting temples in the province of Phang Nga.
Our amazing three temples:
Dragon Cave Temple: an impressive limestone cave that features local herbal medicine (to lower blood cholesterol) made by the residential monks.
Bang Rieng Pagoda Temple: a combination of three different temple styles – Thai, Chinese and Jedi. Being build up on the back of a mountain it offers a nice view. Another special feature; it keeps a tooth of Buddha in a shrine.
Manisii Maha Tat Temple: unmissable with a huge statue of the monk Por Than Klai and a beautiful main temple building.
Volker’s informative stories and knowledge of the temples added another dimension to the experience. Excellent
It was a beautiful tour we booked the 3 temples tour and it was a wonderful tour. The tour guide Volker was perfect we would like do it a again with Khao Lak Land Discovery.
It was an amazing and educational day with Jenny at the temples. As a practicing Buddhist herself, she was able to offer an inspirational insight drawing from personal experiences. Her lovely lively personality shone through the whole day, even during the downpour and when she had to deal with an unwell client, which delayed things a bit. Niphon our driver was efficient moving us quickly between temples. Lunch was delicious and scenic sat overlooking the river. The monkeys were a delight at the final temple and we even saw an elephant en route. My final comment has to mention Jenny from Khao Lak Land Discovery again as without her knowledge and fun outlook the day wouldn’t have been so good. 10/10 Jenny and sincere thanks.
Our guide Volker was so very knowledgeable & we learnt so much. Our driver Phoo was excellent & we felt safe in his hands. We will recommend this tour to anyone we speak with. A most enjoyable day. Lunch at Tha Sai seafood was most enjoyable too.
Experienced tour guide and excellent driver, Tour with Volker aka Wodka on Dec 13
Beautiful temples and a great lunch. I would highly recommend it, especially to those who are interested in Buddhism and Thai culture.
Amazing temples. Great guide. Our highlight - a special blessing from a monk.
It was brilliant. Our guide was passionate and gave us lots of information. Beautiful temples and delicious lunch. Highly recommended!!
Included in our tour:
Transfer from and to your hotel, lunch, non-alcoholic drinks and professional tour guide.
* All other days on request
** Children 5-12 years. Infants (aged 0-4 years old) always go for free.
Please remember that a temple is a religious place, and everyone should dress and behave appropriately. Be also aware that due to weather conditions and other circumstances there might be changes to our tour program. Sometimes we even need to move the tour to another date and in rare cases to cancel it. Thank you for your understanding, this is purely for your safety.
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Khao Lak Land Discovery does not charge any processing fees.
If you cancel less than 24 hours before departure, your payment will not be refunded.
We will try to find an alternative date for you, but with no guarantee.
The Theravada Buddhism is the predominant religion of Thailand, practiced by about 94 % of the population. It is especially emphasising the values of respect, kindness and tolerance. Monks are persons of high standing in Thai society. And a temple is a religious place, therefore an appropriate behaviour and dressing is important.
Furthermore, faith is a well-established part of everyday life here and closely linked to old traditions. You can find, for example, a spirit house in front of almost every building. It serves for the spirits which were banished from the land due to people building their own house on it. To keep them in a good mood they get a little something every day, like flowers, water or food.