For those who take a river tour during daytime it stops at several temples. At Wat Bangkhae Noi temple.
Visitors are invited to go inside the main building and discover its beautifully decorated interior boasting intricate woodcarvings depicting the life of the Buddha’s and incarnations. The carvings were done by artisans from Phetchaburi known for their ancient woodcarving techniques.
Another must-see temple is Bang Kung Camp or Wat Bang Kung, known for its stunning sight of its ordination hall encased in the roots of a Banyan Tree. It houses revered Buddha images dating back to the Ayutthaya period.
- Dress appropriately when visiting temples. Never enter a temple topless, or in shorts, singlets, or other unsuitable attire.