Asia | Thailand | Ko Samui

Wat Plai Laem

Add to Trip
8118670@N06

Wat Plai Laem is a Buddhist temple on the resort island of Ko Samui, Thailand. Like the nearby Wat Phra Yai, or Big Buddha Temple, it is a modern temple created in recent times. Its main statue is not of Gautama Buddha but of Guanyin, the "goddess" of compassion and mercy. The statue is in Chinese style, with 18 arms, and though open-air located within an elaborate ubusot is on a platform-pavilion surrounded by the temple lake. The temples design, though modern, incorporates elements of Chinese and Thai traditions and was in part designed by distinguished Thai artist Jarit Phumdonming. In addition to the main Guanyin statue, there is also a white laughing Buddha statue.

Wikipedia

Entry Ticket:
Free

Other Information:
Type: Buddhist Temple
Temple Design: Chinese and Thai traditions
Main Statue: Guanyin (Goddess of Compassion & Mercy)
Statue Arm: 18 Arms
Statue Style: Chinese
Contains: Temple Lake
Near by Attractions: Wat Phra Yai, Big Bhuddha Statue

Address:
None

Travelers Review for Wat Plai Laem

Recent Trips Planned

Aditi
Planned on: 05 07 2019
Anonymous
Planned on: 24 04 2019
Anonymous
Planned on: 24 04 2019

Hotels near Wat Plai Laem

view all hotels
Choose Your Contacts
Select All

Save Your Trip


*Make sure you enter a valid email for future access


Login or Register



Keep Me Logged In.

Forgot Password?
Don't have an account? Register Now

Please wait! while we link your account with Google+.

Login

Login with Social Media

OR

Login with JustOrbit

Re-send Password Keep Me Logged In.

Register

Login with Social Media

OR

Register with JustOrbit

Register on JustOrbit