Wat Phra Khao Yai Temple aka Big Buddha Hill in Pattaya Thailand

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I did a little exploring of Wat Phra Khao Yai Temple also known as Big Buddha Hill which is on Khao Pratumnak just a mere couple of miles from South Pattaya, Thailand. It is situated a good elevation above sea level, perched up on Pratumnak Hill and overlooks all of Pattaya City.

This Buddhist temple sports an enormous ode to Buddha, dubbed the Big Buddha by the locals and it towers some 40 odd feet tall and is the largest in this region of Thailand.

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Click the link to watch this (and many other) TV news stories: http://www.pattayapeople.com/Community-News/FUNERAL-AT-CHAIMONGKOL-TEMPLE_1003201507
The final Buddhist religious rites and cremation took place of Mr. Thanapat Hengtrakool on the afternoon of Saturday, 7th March at Chaimongkol Royal Temple on South Pattaya Road. Mr Thanapat, who died at the age of 35 of cancer, is the eldest son of Pattaya businessman Mr. Chanyut Hengtrakool. Many Pattaya City Hall officials turned up to pay their respects, including Pattaya Mayor Ittipol Khunplume and Deputy Mayors Ronnakit Aegasing, Dr. Weerawat Khakai and Mr. Wattana Jantawaranon. Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit and Mr. Niels Colov, Chairman of Pattaya People Media Group also attended to pay respects. After the service the Hengtrakool family donated 400,000 baht to the temple and 10,000 baht for nearby School Number 8 on South Pattaya Road.