Thailand is a Buddhist country. More than 95% of the people in the country believe in Buddhism. In this world-famous Buddhist temple, there are more than 30,000 temples in the country. In addition to the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the Jade Buddha Temple and the Grand Palace, it is famous in Southeast Asia, at the southernmost tip of Thailand. There is also a temple on the island that is very worthy of tourists; Cha Long Temple, the largest and most magnificent temple in Phuket. The entire temple combines the architectural styles of southern, central and northeastern Thailand; the temple is home to 108 golden Buddha temples; a 61.4-meter-tall pagoda is newly built in recent years; due to legal restrictions, Thai temples are not fashionable With firecrackers, only Phuket is the only exception in the country. Nowadays, it has become a must-see for tourists, and many stars have come here.
: 402 end of the road
: 1 hour~2 hours;
: Motorcycle is about 20 minutes by car. 8 km from Phuket Town;
: Remove sunglasses, hats, and bare feet when entering the temple; do not scream and climb the Buddha statues; do not take pictures, especially if facing the monks.
Chalong Temple is a very important temple in Phuket. There are many buildings, but they are quite beautiful. Although it rains when coming, there are still a lot of tourists, enough to see how busy it is. When I came, some people would set off firecrackers after a while. In fact, the Thai temples were not set off because of the restrictions of the law. The Chalong Temple was specially allowed to set off firecrackers because of the many Chinese immigrants. It is very interesting to see the leisurely kittens walking around.
From the Chalong Temple, you can see a big Buddha. It is a jade Buddha in Phuket. It has a relatively high position. From Chalong Temple, you need to go around the mountain. This Buddha is still being built until now because it is not a private or state-funded building. It was built with donations from the community.
When I came here, I just met the annual celebration here. Many believers worshipped here, prayed, did not dare to go too close, for fear Bother to them. I thought you came to see me, desperate, I am here, right here.
When the Jade Buddha drove down a little, there was a lot of places to eat, looking for a small shop facing the sea, it tastes good, just The speed of serving is a bit slow, seafood is big, three people eat, the total cost of 190 yuan, blowing the sea breeze, eating food, such a small day is quite good.
The hotel is not far from Chalong Temple, with the feeling that the temple does not fly UAVs what a pity. Not now from seeing a security guard, I think it will not let me fly. Then went to a distant place, and then control the UAV camera in the corner. Fly for some time, feeling almost looks too, when ready to drop, see the security was riding a motorcycle to me. I want to set is not let me fly, but luckily they have packed up, ready to close up. Wat Chalong, Phuket island's most significant Buddhist temple built-in 1837 locates in the south of Phuket, Chalong Bay. Do not have tickets to enter the temple which require slippers. Girls wear suspenders or disheveled man allowed to come, the magnificent hall, the superb. There are high temple incense and flowers can receive free, of course, next to merit incense to the point of mind, with the rooms, where no selling souvenirs and perfume, and only devout faith and serenity. [Travel Tips]: [tickets]: Free [address]: Located in the south of Phuket, Chalong Bay [Transportation]: 8 km from Phuket Town and 25 minutes.
Wat Chalong is located in Chalong Bay south of Phuket. The temple is one of the most famous temples in Thailand. The air is full of incense, and the temple offers spiritual sustenance to many local residents. Wat Chalong is not very big. Temple sites that are open to visitors include the main hall, the chedi, the original site of the temple, and the old hall of the temple. The temple as a whole combines the architectural styles of southern, central, and northeastern Thailand. Wat Chalong is an ancient and well-known temple in Phuket with a history going back more than 100 years.