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Hatyai Municipal Park

Hatyai Municipal Park

4.5/512 Reviews
Temple
Open all day (Local time)
HatYai Municipal Park is situated in a border town in southern Thailand, next to Kelantan, Malaysia. The government constructed three tourist scenic spots on the mountain: the Four Faces Buddhist Temple, the Lifo Temple, and the Guanyin Temple. After the temple was finished, it opened to the public and turned into a tourist attraction. Go up the mountain or ride a cable car. The tall Buddha statue is awe-inspiring, and it feels like his body and mind are baptized by the rich Buddhist culture of Thailand, and there is a sense of openness and enrichment.
Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

4.4/56 Reviews
Church
Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol

Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol

4.8/59 Reviews
Temple
Phra Maha Chedi Tripob Trimongkol is situated on the hill behind Prince of Songkla University. From a distance you can see the glittering temples on the top of the mountain. The temple can be climbed up and you can view the beautiful scenery below. This temple is composed of sterling silver and is luxurious. If you go in the evening, you can see the sight of the sunset. When the night falls, there will be lights that are all very beautiful.
Wat Hat Yai Nai

Wat Hat Yai Nai

4.3/57 Reviews
Temple
Statue/Sculpture
The Hat Yai Temple was constructed in 1917 in the city of Songkhla, Thailand. It is a monastery in Songkhla. The temple is especially large and has a Thai architectural style. Devoted to the world's third largest reclining Buddha, 35 meters long, it is very spectacular. The scenery in the area is beautiful, the air is fresh, and you can sense the solemnity of Buddhism.
Guan Yin Temple

Guan Yin Temple

4.3/59 Reviews
Temple
Standing Golden Buddha Temple

Standing Golden Buddha Temple

4/52 Reviews
Temple
Khao Tang Kuan

Khao Tang Kuan

4/54 Reviews
Temple
Wat Tham Khao Rup Chang

Wat Tham Khao Rup Chang

4.3/57 Reviews
Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple

4.3/5377 Reviews
Temple
7:00-21:00 (Local time)
Kek Lok Si temple is a unique Buddhist temple located in Penang, Malaysia. The temple is know as one of the largest Buddhist temples in southeast Asia, and is host to many varied and interesting monuments of worship. The temple contains many intricate statues and shrines to different important figures in Buddhism, including statues of the Buddha and of Chinese gods. Not only this, but if you travel upwards to the seventh floor you will be greeted with over 10,000 images of the Buddha. The temple, though a place of worship, is also well equipped with many shops fit for tourists.
Al Hussain Mosque (Floating Mosque)

Al Hussain Mosque (Floating Mosque)

4.5/54 Reviews
Mosque
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