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A large number of gigantic fossilised oyster, Pathum Thani Province

In the compound of the temple, a large number of gigantic fossilised oyster shells, aged millions of years were discovered. Luangpho Thongklueng, therefore, took the shells to build a Chedi at the entrance of and in the temple.

Furthermore, there is a museum collecting Buddha images, art objects, antiques, and many old utensils such as Sam Khok water jars, pottery, engraved wood, calculators, etc.

Within the compound of the temple is a herbal garden, as well as, turtle and fish ponds for tourists to relax and feed the animals.

Wat Chedi Hoi is located at Mu 4, Tambon Bo Ngoen. To get there: Take Highway No. 341 (Pathum Thani – Lat Lum Kaeo) to kilometre marker Nos. 21-22 and turn to the temple for approximately 10 kilometers.

Wat Chedi Hoi a large number of gigantic fossilised oyster

Wat Chedi Hoi a large number of gigantic fossilised oyster

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