Wat Huay Mongkol

The Wat Huay Mongkol temple complex is located 15 kilometres west of Hua Hin and is famous for its enormous statue named Luang Phor Thuad, one of Thailand famous monks. The statue stands 12m tall and 10m wide and is visible from miles around towering over the trees.
The site is popular with Thai people who travel from around the country to pay their respects in return for good luck, health, fortune and happiness. Other religious landmarks of the site include a Bhuddist temple, statue of King Taksin the Great on horseback and two large wood-carved elephants.
The complex is set in a park environment and offers peace and tranquillity surrounded by Thai culture. There is a lake interconnected by bridges where you can feed the local species of fish or sit and relax by the waterfalls in the shade. There are also various food stands and shops with site related merchandise.
If you are interested in visiting different landmarks in and around the area, we are more than happy to advise and accommodate your needs to arrange trips suitable for families and all ages.

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