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Anyone who pass Angthong Province and would like to pray for “good health and fresh life and body”, we suggest to pray from Luang Pho Sod. Also there is a free vegetarian food for Buddhists on Saturday and Sunday at Sala Virat Kanchana Sakka Sopan.

Wat Chan Tarangsee’s area covers two sides of the road. On the east side, there is a sacred Buddha statue. People called this “Luang Pho Yoke”. And the west side of the road is Phra Maha Vihan Chaturamook Phra Mongkol Thep Munee (Luang Pho Sod). It is the world’s biggest statue. The total statue was built from metal covered with gold. It is 6 meters and 9 inches wide and 9.9 meters high. The construction started in 1996 by Phra Tham Rattanakorn, the assistant abbot of Wat Paknam Pasi Charoen. Moreover, he built the statue of Guan Yim with thousand hands. It is 5 meters and 8 inches high and was made from giant scented wood from China. The statue was imported and located here on 15 March 2009.

Travelling

Wat Chan Tarangsee is in Baan Na, Moo 9, Hua Pai Sub-District. From the 49th km. of Asia Route, turn left to the Rural Road (5042) for 3 kilometers or go straight and turn left to Muang District of Angthong Province for about 1 kilometer. Turn left at the temple’s name sign and continue driving for about 1 kilometer.

 


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