Wat Chaloklum

Peaceful temple with panoramic view.

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Location – Chaloklum, North Koh Phangan

Getting there – Easy 3 minutes drive from the Chaloklum pier in the main area. Or the taxi drives will know where to take you.

Description of the temple – Perched on a hilltop with a viewpoint, when the weather is sunny and clear, it is possible to see Koh Tao island from the top of the temple viewpoint. The temple complex is very clean and the main temple is beautiful. Very much worth a visit.

Visitors – This is very much a living local temple and monastery visited by local devotees.

Opening hours – Daylight hours

Cost – Free. A donation is always welcome to help with the maintenance of the outstanding temples appearance.

Fun Facts –  Temples usually have statues and ornamentation of: deities, demons and mythical beings. Popular figures include the four-armed figure of Vishnu; the garuda (half man, half bird); the eight-armed Shiva; elephant-headed Ganesh; the nāga, which appears as a snake, dragon or cobra; and the ghost-banishing giant Yaksha.