Located on the western bank of Chaopraya River, the Temple has Dhyana-pose Buddha and hydraulic lime Mon-style pagoda. The pulpit is aged more than a hundred years and the teak-made monastary is also aged over a hundred years.
Wat Khok is located on the western bank of Chaopraya River. The Temple has Dhyana-pose Buddha, hydraulic lime Mon-style pagoda, hundred-year-old decorated pulpit and a teak monastery with hundred-year-old pillars. This area is settled by Mon people for over 300 years since the time of King Narai, Ayuddhaya era. In 1479, the Mon community is Thailand was created, all while preserving traditional Mon cultures; traditional dancing, tradional Mon music, traditional clothes, and tradional religious practies including by sailing boats to asks the villagers to make merit to the monks and to assit the temple. For more information, call 0 2276 2720-1