Advantages Pretty scenery, shaded areas
Disadvantages Need to take a tour to see it really
|Is it worth visiting?|
Myself and my girlfriend visited the Magic Buddha Garden whilst in Thailand on October 2007.We visited this attraction as fair of a Jungle Tour, where we visited several attractions in one day while travelling round the island and we paid £20 each for this trip which we thought was very reasonable. Some of the roads you need to travel on to get to this attraction are very bumpy so I would assume that you will need to hire a 4 x 4 vehicle if you are wishing to travel here without a tour. This attraction is marked on all the tourist maps so it would be easy to find.
Inside The Garden
The Buddha Garden is set within a valley and inside you will find statues of mythical creatures, statues of spirits and of course, Buddha statues. There is a waterfall which runs through the middle of the Buddha Garden and lots of trees and vegetation growing inside and over head which means that areas of the garden are shady, giving visitors a bit of a break from the heat of Thailand!
There is a tiny house in the middle of the Buddha Garden which you can have a look around. It is derelict and there isnt much to see to be honest. The house was split into two levels with a small staircase joining them, but there was only one small room on each level.
You can have your photos taken with the statues inside, and there is a section where there are around 50 statues on a formation, this seemed to be a popular place to have your photo taken.
In total, walking round the Buddha Garden took around 25 minutes.
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