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    I read that somewhere, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
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    I read that somewhere, too.

    Guaranteed that you did, as you've never experienced the place.

    Can't really experience much in 10 days every three years - and considers himself a humble resident and expert. Such nonsense. Stop the phoniness.
    Why bother with the pretense?

    Know the place quite well, as I know the country equally.
    Shirt-tail relatives in Phetchabun, with two residences in Phichit and Sukhothai.
    And of course, many years in Isaan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Neither Isan nor Central region, you heathens: Phetchabun is part of the North, Pak Neua.
    Now that's important for you to point that out , because most of us come to Thailand to visit the temples.

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    Khao Khor, Phetchabun province which is best known for its beautiful mountainous scenery, the temple not only offers picturesque scenery of the surrounding mountain ranges and the sea of white fog, it also presents the impressively-designed colorful architectures unlike any other temples in Thailand.

    The overall temple is decorated with Benjarong porcelain, tiles, glass beads, pearls, rings, silver, gold and numerous precious ornaments. When the sun shines throughout the area, the temple will become a gorgeously sparkling making it a beautiful heaven-like backdrop on earth, making it is extraordinarily beautiful and sacred place most worth visiting.



    How to Get There

    From Bangkok, take Highway 21 through Saraburi and Lopburi, then turn left onto Highway 12 nearby Phor Khun Pha Mueang Intersection. Keep driving straight towards the Pine Camp. Notice the Pine Camp Tambon Administration Office on the right hand side, make a U-turn over there. The entrance to the temple is located in the entrance of the village next Tambon Administration.

    The temple is open to visitors every day at 08.00. - 17.00.

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