Wat Khao Suwan Pradit
Wat Khao Suwan Pradit Phrakhru Suwanpraditkan or Luangpho Choi, a famous Buddhist monk master of the South, pioneered the construction of the temple. He died in 1993 and his body has been kept in a glass coffin in the ordination hall. On the mountaintop is the pagoda where the Lord Buddha’s relics, brought from Wat Phrakiat, Amphoe Hot, Chiang Mai, are enshrined. The mountaintop is accessible by car. To get there: The temple is located around 1 kilometre from the town of Don Sak on the Surat Thani-Nakhon Si Thammarat route (Highway 401).