This temple is famous in part for the mummified body of Loung Por Ruam Buddhist monk, who is here in a glass box. The revered monk was prepared to be exposed to public view until his death 25 years ago, and his body remained in remarkable condition. Follow Route 4170 south from Ban Saket, then turn right between the giant statues of elephants and look for the temple 1km further on your right.

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