Wat Sri Thanu

One of the smaller but attractive temples on Koh Phangan, accessible from Srithanu village.

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Location – West Koh Phangan, Sri Thanu

Getting there – It is easily accessible from Srithanu village by walk and worth a visit, and a photo.

Description of the temple Wat Sri Thanu is in pristine condition and follows the traditional Thai design of white external walls, bright red and gold painted architecture framing the many windows and rooftop and beautifully kept grounds surrounding the sacred place.

Visitors – Locals and foreigners visit this temple, so you won’t be out of place.

Opening hours – From rise till dawn

Cost – Free of charge

Facts – A Thai temple, with few exceptions, consists of two parts: the Phutthawat (dedicated to the buddha) and the Sangkhawat (monk living quarters).