Wat Ban Tham, an ancient temple in the Sukhothai period on a beautiful mountain

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Ban Tham Temple is located in Khao Noi Sub-district, Tha Muang District, Kanchanaburi Province. Was established as a temple on 1782 BC. This temple has a large cave Inside the cave there is a large Buddha statue, Marawichai Post. In the Sukhothai period, “Luang Pho Yai Chinnarat”, on the way up to the cave, there are 269 steps, from the head of the Naga to the dragon, 114 steps from the mouth to the tail of the dragon, 105 steps and walk into the cave for another 50 steps.

Stairway leading up to the temple
The way up the hill has to pass through a large dragon’s body.

From the entrance of the cave, walk up to the pagoda on the hill, a natural pathway that the temple has made steps easy to walk (the total number of stairs) from the bottom to the top of the pagoda 707 only steps up. Up to the top of the pagoda can see beautiful views. Saw the town of Kanchanaburi and the Mae Klong River This cave, Ban Tham is only 5 km away from Tham Sua temple.

Stairway to the cave
Stairway to the cave
The atmosphere inside the cave
High angle of the temple in the middle of the mountain
Dragon’s Mouth
While walking up the mountain Within the dragon

Ban Tham Temple is open to visit every day, free of charge.

Location : Village No. 1, Khao Noi Sub-district, Tha Muang District Kanchanaburi, 71110, Khao Noi Sub-district, Tha Muang District, Kanchanaburi 71110,
Coordinate map : https://goo.gl/maps/87nQC4LBFZBgScXU7


Kanchanaburi tourist attractions 🙂