The three giant Buddhas are also quite impressive, with two sitting Buddhas on the front and one lying Buddha behind them. The temple was built by a prince who was taken hostage at that time. There was no room in the temple except for the statue of Buddha. The feeling of forcible space made people fully understand the prince's mood at that time.
It's on the way to Panya Bay. The ticket is 20 beads. There's a big Buddha in it. It's nothing to see. But it is also a famous scenic spot.
The reclining Buddha was very shocked. There was a row of tin cans with silver coins beside them. They threw them all the way with their pious hearts and felt the good place of Buddhist culture. In addition, the Wofo Temple is next to the Grand Palace. It's very convenient to walk in the past. Tickets seem to have been forgotten. It's not expensive anyway. It's also a bottle of water.