Wat Sri Chum

Interesting Burmese-style wat

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What we say: 3.5 stars



Wat Sri Chum is the largest Burmese-style wat in Thailand and until a tragic fire in 1992 was considered to be the most impressive one of its kind in the kingdom.

Construction of the original wat began in 1897 and following the 1992 fire a large reconstruction was undertaken. What resulted is an interesting small wat pleasant enough for a smooch around.

Unlike many Thai wats, this one boasts a lot of information in English. And if you're lucky one of the resident monks will show you around the enclosure.

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Sri Chum Rd
How to get there: The wat is on Sri Chum Rd, a 10-minute walk from the centre of town.
Last updated: 3rd April, 2004

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