App
Download the App for Free
Help
Within the United Kingdom 0808 196 9996 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +44 113 868 8886 English: 24/7
EN
Languages
GBP
Top currencies
All currencies

Attractions in Koh Chang

Recommended

Recommended

Sort by:

Recommended

Distance (Near to Far)

View on Map
Wat Plai Klong

Wat Plai Klong

4.4/56 Reviews
Temple
Chanthaburi French-Style Cathedral

Chanthaburi French-Style Cathedral

4.4/510 Reviews
Church
The Sanctuary of Truth

The Sanctuary of Truth

4.6/51,124 Reviews
Temple
Monday-Sunday 8:00-18:00 (Local time)
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.
Wat Khao Sukim

Wat Khao Sukim

4.4/57 Reviews
Temple
Wat Banan

Wat Banan

4.3/512 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Wat Yansangwararam

Wat Yansangwararam

4.5/5100 Reviews
Temple
Wat Kandal

Wat Kandal

4.5/511 Reviews
Temple
Wat Sawang Fa Pruettaram

Wat Sawang Fa Pruettaram

4.4/5137 Reviews
Temple
Open all day (Local time)
Wat Sawang Fa Pruettaram is located north of Pattaya and was built in honor of the four-faced Buddha. The Buddha here seems to be responsive to the abundant incense burning at the altar and the prayers of the faithful, leading devotees to say, “If you need something, ask Buddha”. The four faces of the Buddha represent health and peace, career success, marital bliss and abundant wealth. This Buddha is considered to be omnipotent and is one of the most frequently visited Buddhas in Thailand.
Wat Samraong Knong

Wat Samraong Knong

4.8/57 Reviews
Temple
Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

4.5/51,184 Reviews
Temple
No tickets are required to enter the scenic area after 17:00, visit for free. (Local time)
Angkor Wat is a well-preserved temple among Angkor monuments. This is the location generally referred to when discussing "Angkor Wat". Angkor Wat is not only large in scale, but also perfectly symmetrical. The reliefs are exquisitely beautiful, reflecting the peak of Khmer classical architecture and are printed on the national flag as a symbol of Cambodia. The architecture of Angkor Wat follows the Five Pagoda Temple style. It consists of altars and cloisters and a moat on the periphery, symbolizing the mountains and lakes of Indian mythology. The walls are covered with beautiful reliefs that tell a variety of Hindu myths. In addition to the architecture itself, stunning sunrise and sunset scenes attract many photographers.
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Ctrip Skyscanner Trip