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Wat Chulamanee
Bang Chang Amphawa Samut Songkhram 75110
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Description
This ancient temple sits on the canal-side where the Amphawa Canal converges with the Phi Lok Canal. The temple was built in the Ayutthaya period during the late reign of King Prasatthong. It is likely that ThaoKaeophaluek (Noi), owner of the Bang Chang Market and an ancestor of the royal lineage of Bang Chang, commissioned the temple. The back of the temple once contained the residence of KhunNak (or Queen Ammarinthramat of King Rama I) and KhunBunrot (Queen Si Suriyenthramat of King Rama II).
There are three highlights things which every visitors
1. The non-perishable body of Luang Por Neung Kowit –thye past temple abbot
2. The marble octagon shaped chapel. The chapel is 40 meters wide and 80 meters high with green jade stone from Karachi Pakistan. The Buddha image on the base. The window pane outside is engraved with a pearl, a seal image. From the reign of King Rama I.The decorations of the floor. In the wall around the temple. There are also murals, stories about Buddhist history and elaborate allegories. All of this is The work of the painter Nittaya Sakcharoen, who spent up to 6 years.
3. Father Thao Wesssuwan Or Thao Wessuwan According to the belief of Buddhism, there are four sectors. Including spells.
-Traditional Thong Muan Shop at the entrance of the temple.
Feature
There are three highlights things which every visitors
1. The non-perishable body of Luang Por Neung Kowit –thye past temple abbot
2. The marble octagon shaped chapel. The chapel is 40 meters wide and 80 meters high with green jade stone from Karachi Pakistan. The Buddha image on the base. The window pane outside is engraved with a pearl, a seal image. From the reign of King Rama I.The decorations of the floor. In the wall around the temple. There are also murals, stories about Buddhist history and elaborate allegories. All of this is The work of the painter Nittaya Sakcharoen, who spent up to 6 years.
3. Father Thao Wesssuwan Or Thao Wessuwan According to the belief of Buddhism, there are four sectors. Including spells.
-Traditional Thong Muan Shop at the entrance of the temple.
History
This ancient temple sits on the canal-side where the Amphawa Canal converges with the Phi Lok Canal. The temple was built in the Ayutthaya period during the late reign of King Prasatthong. It is likely that ThaoKaeophaluek (Noi), owner of the Bang Chang Market and an ancestor of the royal lineage of Bang Chang, commissioned the temple. The back of the temple once contained the residence of KhunNak (or Queen Ammarinthramat of King Rama I) and KhunBunrot (Queen Si Suriyenthramat of King Rama II).
Wat Chula Mani is located on Highway 325 (SamutSongkhram–Bang Phae) between Km 34-35 in Tambon Bang Chang. It is open daily from 8.30 am-4.30 pm.
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Opening hours
Sunday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Monday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Friday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday
: 08:00 - 17:00
Remark (Opening hours) : -
Group of tourist
• Family
• Elders
• Working Persons
• Students / Youths / Teenagers
• Women
• Couples
• Religious Tourism
• Arts & Culture / History
Transportation
• Bike
• Bus
• Car
• Boat/Ship/Ferry
Entrance fees
• Entrance fees: Non-fee
• Remark : -
Facilities
Toilet
Signage
Access Point
Public utilities
Waste Management System
• Waste Separation
• Other
Electrical system
• Electricity
Water System
• Natural Water
• Plumbing
Security
• CCTV Camera
• Other
Communication System
• Wifi
• Telephone Signal
• Internet Signal
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