The Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sajja Tham) is constructed of pure mahogany and teak. It uses exquisite Thai craftsmanship to display the relationship between humans and the universe. The design style is based on traditional Asian art and the gorgeous style of dynastic Siam. The sanctuary combines religious representations from Buddhist and Hindu mythology from Thailand, India, China and Cambodia and aims to use art and culture to reflect eastern philosophy.
Adjacent to the temple, visitors can take a gondola ride, enjoy refreshments by the pond and feed elephants and goats.
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The Sanctuary of Truth is a masterpiece of building made completely of wood with no metal nails. The building, which was built to conserve traditional building processes, exemplifies Thailand's hand-hewn woodworking abilities.
The complex, which is focused on the Buddhist doctrine of impermanence, has four wings dedicated to Thai, Khmer, Chinese, and Indian religious iconography. As you wander around the building, look for the exquisite wooden carvings.
The Sanctuary of Truth is a religious construction made entirely of wood in Thailand. It’s the best place to really immerse yourself in the rich culture of the country.
Half of the reason for coming to Pattaya is to want to come to the Temple of Truth. Although it is being repaired here, although the ticket costs 100 RMB, it is not cheap, but it is really worth it. The photo is really super high! !
Take a taxi from downtown Pattaya to almost 200 baht, you can call Grab!
Remind you little fairy, you can't wear suspender shorts here, I put on a suspender skirt and put on a coat, take off when taking pictures, and wear it quickly! In addition, wearing red here is really nice! White is not bad! The wind here is quite big, you can wear a long skirt or culottes!
English: Sanctuary of Truth
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