The Sanctuary of Truth The temple is a wooden building, all filled with statues according to traditional Buddhist and Hindu patterns. The height of the building is 105 meters and the building covers an area of over two rai. It has art with a contemporary vision based on traditional religious forms.
This project began construction in the year 2524, the castle is built entirely of wood. From the concept of Thai businessmen, Khun Lek Viriyaphan, who built this castle because he liked Thai architecture and Buddhism And is also the founder of the ancient city Samut Prakan Province and the Erawan Elephant Museum as well
The style of the temple architecture Is a Thai style of the Ayutthaya period, elegantly decorated by Hindu Buddhists, hand-carved wooden carvings from various traditional arts including Dravidian, Angkorean, Chinese, Mon Dvaravati, Srivijayan and Thai respectively, representing images from Buddhism and Hindus and myths of Cambodia, China, India and Thailand “Reflections on the ancient vision of the world, ancient knowledge and Eastern philosophy”
Within this castle, visitors will visit the unique architecture, both inside the castle and outside the castle.
Year of construction: 13 August 1981,
the creator of Lek Wiriyaphan, Thai traditional architecture,
total area: 80 rai, the castle body: 100 meters wide, 100 meters long
Open for viewing every day. Opening hours: 08.00-17.00 hrs.
Admission fee: Adult 500 baht, child 250 baht
Location : No. 206/2, Moo 5, Laem Ratchawet, Ao Wong Prachan, Na Kluea Subdistrict, Bang Lamung District Chonburi Province.
Getting there : About 5 kilometers away from South Pattaya. The entrance is in Soi Na Kluea 12, straight into the end of the alley. There is a large arch of the Sanctuary of Truth on the right.
Map Coordinates : https://goo.gl/maps/qapRoLRjgZWKUZEQ6