Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram There is a beautiful cave inside the temple

Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram It is a temple built in 1993. There is a land donated by faithful people to build a temple as a place to practice dharma. Therefore, Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram has been built as a Naga cave to retrace the legend of the Buddha's history, about a serpent who had the power to protect and take care of the Buddha during the Buddha's time.

For this reason, a 7-headed Buddha image in the posture of a Naga prok was built. Inside the Phaya Nakarat cave of Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram, there is a prominent feature that is the serpent surrounded by the Lord Buddha as the principal Buddha image enshrined in this cave, constructed in white in a beautiful meditation posture. The Naga Temple cave is used for the ceremony to summon and worship the Naga Rajat to remain at this cave as well. Inside the cave, there was a spell like being in an underwater cave.

Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram is located in Uthumphon Phisai District, Sisaket Province. The beauty of this cave was built from the belief in the story of the Naga. Inside the cave, there is a grandeur with a graceful and beautiful serpent statue. Including simulations of stalagmites and stalactites decorated with colorful lamps, giving the impression of being in a mysterious and sacred underwater serpent cave.

How to get to Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram?
Wat Pa Si Mongkhon Rattanaram is approximately 7 hours and 30 minutes from Bangkok (510 kilometers) by car. The fastest way is to get off the plane at Ubon Ratchathani Airport, then drive a rental car for about 2 hours (110 km distance).

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