Wat Mai Ka Yi Was

Wat Mai Ka Yi Was

ปร Wat Mai Ka Yi Was formerly known as “Wat estuary “The name of the Mon language as” Deng Kia aims Epen  “means a measure sharp relics. Since the late Ayutthaya period. The focus appears pagoda pagoda style stove, a Mon. Current River and adjacent river erosion base The Pagoda looks tilted. The backpack as a symbol of the ancient temple. Later, Thonburi and early Rattanakosin the Mon have migrated into more populated islands. This temple is the center of the community and venue of the Mon traditional ceremony on the island twist And the pier in front of Wat Mai will see the castle which used to be top five at the Hem (Mon coffin) of the majestically set in a former pastor. The measurement of tourist attractions such. 

        Buddhist temple    Are furnished with materials imported from Italy. European art form popular in the royal reign of King Rama 5, but also maintain his freckles Ordinary convention. By Rich รับสั่ง here to start chanting the Mon language and now here is the only measure to keep the Tri-mon language in ปิฏก. Buddha image in the temple is the hand of His inventions Pang Buddha ulcer Worakan. Who created the Angels Siam King Rama 5 Open University has hailed the principal body with this beautiful face like a real lively. Identity Mon otherwise in this temple is. Pagoda has a modeling Raman Chedi focus from the oven Bago City is located north of the temple on the Chao Phraya River. The most respected person Mon. Contained within the Grand Buddha’s relics 

Reclining Buddha temple late Ayutthaya period length 9.50 m ceilings with paintings that are more exotic than that. The primary image pattern Chulalongkorn. Home Brand temple decorated palanquin is the seal of His Majesty King Rama V reign. The back of the temple, Buddha image called Phra Nonthaburi province Nontawat the priest out. The late Ayutthaya period Buddha Pang sit cross-leggedDiamond Busabok enshrined in the Morn (Book Paradigm) by carving craftsmanship Muangnon. The Home chapel balcony marble Buddha image that Sang Soo Siew presented to the Burmese King Rama 5 Temple open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 16:00 pm