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Wat Weru Rachin 

Wat Weru Rachin

Wat Weru Rachin is just down the road from Wat Intharam. We would have really loved to visit the Ubosot, but it is only open in the morning when the monks pray, so after our first visit we thought, we will have to come back some day. However, when making the long trip back to the temple on another visit, we saw that the doors are all chain-locked during the morning prayer. The only way to get in would be thru the back door used by the monks and we didn't want to disturb them. 

The temple was built during the reign of Rama III and remodelled during Rama V times. What is always open, is the open sided Viharn with a large reclining Buddha image as well as a small pavilion with statues of Luang Phor Ruay and Luang Phor Sam Luang.

Wat Weru Rachin

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