Nanhu Temple in Baixian County, also known as Princess Temple, is a Thai Royal monastery, mainly in memory of a Thai Princess temple. The temple is very quiet, with a large lawn and many solemn pilgrims. It is said that it is very experienced in seeking health and illness.
Because wearing vest is not convenient to go in and see, it turns around in the periphery. Like most temples in Thailand, the shape is very golden and the Buddha statue is very dignified. Thai temples are allowed to take photos, but be careful not to photograph monks.
Nanhu Temple in Baixian small town, entered the main entrance of the temple to see a number of large cocks decorated with clay sculptures, although not lifelike, but more or less is a manifestation of local folk customs. Most of the ground in the monastery is covered with mud with long grass. Only around the Buddhist temple are some concrete boards. The whole monastery has a simple structure. Apart from the monks'Zen monastery, there are only three or four rooms. The first picture shows the front of the Buddhist hall with two dragons on the doorstep; the third and fourth picture shows a wall clock beside the side wall of the Buddhist hall and a small Buddhist pagoda on the back of the Buddhist hall. On the right hand side of the Buddhist Hall is a small house with statues of several old monks. The brightest one is the red and gold-inlaid glass Buddha in the middle.
There is a pagoda in the temple to preserve the ashes of Princess Sukara. In the late 16th century, the princess married the King of Myanmar and was a minor wife. During the war between Thailand and Myanmar, she died as a spy for her country. To commemorate her bravery and loyalty, Thais built another temple for her in Nanhu Temple.
Passing by a place half-tall fence filled with a variety of large and small cock statues of different colors, each of the cock statues were painted red, gold, black, green and other colors, from the intuitive feeling that this should be Nanhu Temple, mobile navigation is sure to be.