The Sanctuary of Truth Pattaya Thailand
The Sanctuary of Truth is a wood sanctuary build by Mr. Lek Viriyaphan the founder of ancient city and Erawan elephant museum.
The Sanctuary of Truth is the largest wood building in Thailand that use only wood to build it as the ancient Thai carpenter style. Inside this sanctuary there are wood statue and wood carving piece that tell the philosophy of life. The art style use in sanctuary is the benevolent one that has to be called one of the master piece in this era.
The Sanctuary of Truth is one of the tourist attraction that got a Thailand best travel industrial reward in 2008. Aside from the sanctuary around the area has a lot of activity to attain include carriage touring, elephant riding, ATV touring, boat trip around coastal line, Art and tradition show, Martial art show and Dolphin show. Aside from activity there are Krua Na Kluea the local restaurant for hungry tourist.
The Sanctuary of Truth locate at Rachavet peak, Pattaya, Na klua parish, Bang Lamung district, Chol Buri province.
For more information contact 038-367229-30, 038-367815, 038-3508709 or visit the website.
According to Pattaya Travel guide there are some tourist attraction nearby sanctuary area. Pattaya. Pattaya is one of the famous city among foreigner. Kor Lan. Kor Lan is a beautiful island with a beautiful beach. Na Jom Tian Beach. This is a 6 Km. long beach good for holiday picnic and water sport.
Duang Jun Beach. This is a peaceful calm beach suite for someone who want to relax.
Pattaya Elephant Village. The village that has elephant show every day.
Pattaya million years stone park and crocodile farm. This place has a plant fossil that age around pre historic era. Also there are some rare plant and animal species inside this place as well.
Mini Siam. This the place where a model of important building across Thailand exhibit inside it.
Sanctuary of Truth.
Basic admission/entry price at The Sanctuary of Truth was 500 Thai Baht
plus 200 Thai baht to take a speedboat ride and get a view from the sea.
Entry tickets are subject to change without notice.