Wat Khuha Sawan
It is a temple located at the foot of Khao
Khuha Sawan near the city market. This is one
of the ancient monuments of Phatthalung.
Assumably, it was built in around the 8th–10th
centuries. Inside the cave, a giant reclining
Buddha image, pagoda, and other Buddha
images are found together with some
earthen votive tablets of the Srivijaya period.
Inscriptions of royal initials belonging to
King Rama V and Their Majesties the King and
Queen appear in front of the cave. Furthermore,
stucco arts in Tham Nang Khlot depict folklore. The temple is open daily from 8.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m. For more information, call 0 7423 1055, 0 7423 8518, or 0 7424 3747.