The Ninth Emperor's Temple-Thais call it "The King's Temple". Thailand is a Buddhist country. When you walk into every temple in Thailand, you can see the dazzling golden light. It is as if the Thais gave all their gold to the Buddha they worshipped piously, so that you wonder if Thailand has become a developed country or gold is no longer a rare metal. The architectural style of the Ninth Emperor's Temple is different from other temples. It is simple and exquisite. It does not have the splendor and grand scale of other temples. Everything follows the instructions of the king, and the principle of simplicity and simplicity is built into the temple, the abbot’s building, the monk’s house, The complex, pool, kitchen and other necessary houses, each building is white, indicating purity and beauty.
Great place. The environment is beautiful, the temple is beautiful, and it is a quiet place. A must visit place where you can take a lot of beautiful photos. There is a huge elephant statue, you will like to take photos with it
[The Ninth Emperor’s Temple] Thais call it "King’s Temple", which is the favorite temple of today’s kings. As a sacred place in the country of Buddhism, Thailand’s temples are full of splendor; [Ninth Emperor’s Temple] Location: Na Jomtien Km 160, Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya, Thailand
The Ninth King Temple is a place dedicated to the King of Thailand after his death. It is also considered a royal garden. But on the whole it is a royal garden, which is a bit simpler. Inside is a botanical garden. The Ninth Emperor’s Temple is quite large, and the greenery inside is relatively good. I can feel very careful cultivation. All the plants have been carefully managed. Yes, like a big potted garden. The most eye-catching thing in the Ninth Emperor Temple is the white and slightly gilded various architectural Buddha statues. Most of the Buddha statues inside are more "enchanting". The white is mainly white and the gilding is supplemented. According to legend, this Ninth Emperor Temple uses a lot. Made of real gold.
The architectural style of the Ninth Emperor's Temple is different from other temples. It is simple and exquisite. It does not have the splendor and grand scale of other temples. Everything follows the king's instructions, and is based on the principles of simplicity and simplicity. This building is the Wax Museum, where the lifelike wax statues of the eminent monks of the past dynasties are enshrined. You cannot take pictures. Most buildings are white, which means purity.
The wax figures here are very lifelike, you need to take off your shoes to visit, show the Thai people’s respect for the royal family, slowly appreciate the surrounding scenery is very beautiful, because the Thai architecture is very distinctive, like to use rich colors, here are mostly white, very quiet.