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  Wat Phra Phutthabat Phu Faet
Catagorize: Temple
Contact: Na Sieo Sub District, Muang District, Chaiyaphum Province Tel. -

Wat Phra Phutthabat Phu Faet is located in Na Sieo Sub District, Muang District, Chaiyaphum Province, 23 kilometers from the city center. To get there, use the same route for Wat Sila-Ard Phu Phra (Highway No. 201 – Chaiyaphum-Kaeng Khro). The temple is situated on a small hill. There is a footprint of Buddha imprinted in stone, which is similar to Buddha’s footprint in Saraburi Province. The road to the entrance is lined with tree all along the way.  

Chaiyaphum Province also has other attractions for those who wish to pay respect to religious places:

Phra Phutthabat Khao Yai Horm is located on a stone space on top of Yai Horm Mountain in Phang Hoei Mountain Range. This Buddha’s footprint was found in 1896. Nowadays, it is located in Wat Phra Phutthabat Khao Yai Horm in Yang Kluk Sub District, Thepsathit District. The footprint is of a left foot imprinted in red stone space, facing southeast. It is 75 centimeter wide, 180 centimeter long and 45 centimeter deep. Wat Phra Phutthabat Khao Yai Horm is located 65 kilometer southeast from Thepsathit District center. 

Phra That Nong Sam Muen is located at Wat Phra That Nong Sam Muen in Ban Keaw Sub District, Phu Khieo District. The Phra That is a chedi which was made from brick and covered with cement. Built on a 13.30 meter square foundation, it has twelve indented corners. The stairs are 4.90 meter wide. There is a circle space surrounding the chedi. On the space, there are more stepped spaces surrounding lotus base of the Phra That. There is a line running around the middle of the Phra That. The Phra That has facades on four sides. The north and west facades house Buddha images in Vajrapradama mudra, while the south and west facades house the images in walking position. The images have features of Lan Chang art in their faces and clothing. The upper part of the Phra That are decorated with twenty indented corners. There are small stupas on four sides. The top of the chedi has a square shape, which is slightly bulky in the middle and slender at the top. Phra That Nong Sam Muen was most probably built around 16th -17th century. 

 


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