Wat Chedi Hoi [shellfish] Pathum-Thani Thailand. by KanyaBotan.

Wat Chedi hoi [หอย or Hoi in Thai = shellfish] is in Bor Ngein, Lad Lhum kaew District in Pathu-Thani Thailand. The temple area has unearthed the remains of a giant oyster was about more than 8 million a year, to build a pagoda shells. Hence the name Wat Chedi Hoi. Take a trip to Wat Chedi Hoi by Pathum-Thani to Lad lhum kaew , Bang lane Road, There is signs tell for return the car and turn left, ahead to the temple about  10 km. Phra Kru Sunthorn Khun Thada or Thong Kring the abbot monk did took the remains of a giant oyster for to built the big 1 pagoda and small 1 pagoda in temple area.  MAP WAt Chedi Hoi 


Phra Puttha-Narumith Ratthana Chana-Marn Buddha Statue is inside the new chapel but still construction. The temple just have many service points for the people can donate the money for construction the new chapel. The museum in temple area are artifact, antiquities, a lot Appliance old, Crockery and Wood Carving. Temple area are Herb Garden, Turtle Pond, fish ponds for visitors can spend time with animal feeding.

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