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Reviewed on 6 Jun 2020



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Reviewed on 16 Aug 2016
When we recommend motorcycle around the island, we must go to Chalong Temple to see the largest Buddhist temple in Phuket. The motorcycle was not far from Karen's viewing platform. It arrived in 10 minutes. There is a big temple and several small temples in Chalong Temple. Among them, the most prosperous one is the first small temple at the entrance. There are three stone statues in the temple at the entrance. There are worshippers in the temple. The incense is super prosperous. Be careful! When you enter a temple, you need slippers, no legs, no sleeves. When visiting this temple, I suggest you look up at the smallpox. The color of the dome ceiling is bright and shining. It's absolutely blind! Out of the small temple, and then go inside the Chalong Temple, the largest building in the center of the Chalong Temple, should be the main body of the Chalong Temple, which looks a little like a church. On the second floor, many Buddha statues were worshipped, but it was strange that no scenario of incense was seen. Up to the third floor, it is an outdoor open-air platform, suitable for overlooking. There aren't many high-rise buildings in Phuket. You can already see a long view from the third floor. From the third floor to the top floor, there is a Buddhist relic, reminding me that it is impossible to take photos of the relic. Don't break the rules, civilized tourism! But the double dragon staircase outside the house where Buddha's shelter is located is very beautiful! There are many god-guarding dragons in Chiang Mai. Shuanglong is seldom seen in Phuket. Later, it was found in Chiang Mai that there are many god-guarding dragons everywhere. Because there are many temples in Chiang Mai, many of them are guarded by Shuanglong at the gate of the temple. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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