Wat Khuhasawan

An interesting place to explore

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What we say: 2.5 stars



This pretty Ayutthaya-period wat is set at the foot of the forested limestone hill with a couple of caves behind it. The main cave contains a bunch of Buddha images in various poses. A rock at the entrance to the cave has some royal writing on it, carved by a wandering Rama.

There's a smaller cave nearby which is home to several hundred bats which fly out at dusk to fill the Phattalung skies. Beside the cave there are steps that lead up the hill to a viewpoint, but be careful not to trip over the monkeys which are everywhere.

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A 20 minute walk northwest of the market
How to get there: Taking a motorbike taxi is the easiest way to get to Wat Khuhasawan. It's about a 20 minute walk northwest of the market.
Last updated: 24th November, 2006

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