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Wat Sala Kul
Wat Sala Kul is the only Thai temple in Koh Kret. Located almost in the middle of Koh Kret. And in the 3rd group,
traveling to this temple If crossing the boat at Wat Klang Pier When going to Tha Ko Kret There will be a road to reach this temple.
The distance is about 1400 meters. It is said that this temple is an old temple as well.
Originally located by the river Because the soil along the river grew steadily At present, it is almost in the middle of Koh Kret.
Wat Phamaiyikawas Worawihan Is a royal temple, the master class, formerly known as Wat Pak Tha, is an ancient temple built since the Ayutthaya period. Was abandoned as an abandoned temple after the loss of Ayudhya II until 2317, King Taksin the Great For the Mon people to set up houses in Ko Kret Suthethacharn (Ash) Phra Thera, the adult, Raman, has gathered the faithful created. Built the Phra Raman Pagoda Shrimp Pagoda Name Including the Reclining Buddha And he became the first abbot of this temple.
Wat Chimphli Sutthawat
Wat Chimphli Sutthawat is located on the edge of Khlong Lat Kret. And on the south side of Pramaiyikawas Temple About 800 meters from the Pramaiyikawas Temple. If visiting this temple By crossing at the Wat Klang pier, the tip is more convenient. Because when going up from the pier on the island of Koh Kret then walked up A little northward to this temple.
Wat Phai Lom
Wat Phai Lom is located along the Chao Phraya River. And in the west of Wat Phamaiyikawas Away from Pramaiyikawas Temple, about 350 meters from the corridor. Understand that this temple would be built in the late Ayutthaya period as well. The archaeological site of the temple that is worth seeing is the temple, which has a wooden etch gable. Is a very beautiful flower shape.
Wat Sao Thong Thong
Wat Sao Thong Thong is located along the Chao Phraya River as well. And on the west of Phai Lom Temple About 300 meters from Phai Lom Temple, therefore, Sao Thong Thong Temple, Phai Lom Temple and Wat Phamai Yikawat Therefore not too far away Previously, Wat Thong Thong Temple was named "Wat Suan Mak".