Wat Bang Jak at Pak-Kret in Nonthaburi Thailand. by KanyaBotan.

Wat Bang Jak was built in 1822, Located along the Chao Phraya River. At Klong Phra Udom in Pak-Kret district in Nonthaburi Thailand. Located just opposite the Koh-Kret Island is the tourists like to visit on holiday. “Phra Puttha Mongkol Chai” is a big Buddha statue  which 27 meters wide and 19 meters high, is located in front of Wat Jak in riverside Chao Phraya River. Foundation stone was laid on June 28, 2006 Construction was completed in 2009. Wat Bang Jak was built in 1822,  The original temple was built on a Bang Phoom canal in Bang Plub, Pak -Kret district, It is a temple of the Raman because the Raman was immigrants came in the country and to live in Pak Kret. This temple was later moved to the present.


The entrance of the temple are 3 doors , The Dragon door , The Rahu door and The Tiger door.  Inside of the temple have many the Monk Statues.


In the  temple area also has many other things, the temple was built to visitors for provide, worship and prayer, sample : Long Phor Dam Buddha Statue and The relics in chapel, Long Phor Boonyung Monk Statue was former abbot, Bodhisattva Kuan Statue hall, The three deities hall are Ganesh, Brahma and Vishnu etc….

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Map and where and click for larger map

Wat Bang Chak


By KanyaBotan.





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