Wat Khung Taphao
Ban Khung Taphao, Mueang Uttaradit District, Uttaradit 53000, Thailand
About Wat Khung Taphao
Wat Khung Taphao is an ancient temple was established by King of Thonburi in the early 18th century. This temple is well known that it is the oldest in the Kung Taphao sub-district that includes Buddha's relics and two important Buddha images.
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