Sanbaogong Temple stands on the river. There is a white pagoda in front of the temple. There is a Buddhist statue of Zen Buddha sitting in the temple. It is gilded outside. Personally, I feel that the Buddha should be the Tathagata. Most of the people here visit the Buddha, and there are many pilgrims throughout the year.
The temple is beside the river, so it's very beautiful to photograph the scenery across the river in the afternoon. Impression is that there is an inner hall, need to take off shoes to enter success or failure. The ecological environment is very good. There are squirrels in the trees.
Sanbaogong Temple is mainly a popular temple for local Chinese. The temple is situated by the river. The scenery is very beautiful. I visited it 10 years ago. I was intoxicated by the fresh and beautiful scenery along the river bank. It is worth visiting the old place again. Because the photos have not been exported from the SLR camera, the following pictures were taken by mobile phone in Bangkok.
The giant Buddha statue of Sanbaogong Temple is the oldest in Ayuttaya before the discovery of the Empire. The temple has been restored many times. The latest restoration was more than a hundred years ago. Visits were avoided during festivals, weekends and holy days of Buddhism, where Buddhists always attended pilgrimages.
The best way to get there is to sail around the big city. This is the first stop for sightseeing. The temple is full of incense and incense, and it is lighted by the eminent monks. The temple's riverside wharf is surrounded by numerous fish stocks, which are very spectacular. It is said that it is because some people put fish food in the temple every day.
Sanbao Gong Temple was built in 1324, 26 years earlier than Dacheng Palace. After years of restoration, the temple was magnificent. In the palace, a statue of Sanbao Gong, nearly 20 meters in height, was magnificent and magnificent. The Buddha statue was highly respected by the local Chinese. Every Spring Festival, overseas Chinese went to worship Sanbao Gong. Because it is located at the confluence of the Mekong River and the Barcelona River, most of the cruise ships going up and down the Mekong River will stop here.