With a nation that’s 90 percent Buddhist, it’s no big surprise that their religious beliefs and spiritual views can be seen on most of their famous attractions. The Wat Huay Mongkol, roughly 10 kilometers West of Hua Hin, clearly demonstrates the Thai people’s respect for and strong faith in their religion.
The Wat Huay Mongkol is a temple with a huge image of the renowned Buddhist monk Luang Phor Tuad who live 400 years ago in Thailand. In a large ground of the Moo Baan Village of the Huay Mongkol, previously known as Huay Khot, the temple serves a popular landmark with the statue of the monk looming hundreds of meters away from the site. [Read more…]