If you've just visited the cave at Phraya Nakhon, then nearby there's a temple with some big monk statues set against the hills.
This one is Wat Hub Ta Khotar, set in Sam Roi Yots many peaks, for some nice moody photographs.
Why do they always make monk statues of dead monks when they were old? Why not make a young handsome monk statue! I guess wrinkles are a synonym for wisdom. In which case I am getting wiser every day.
As you head away from the beach after visiting Phraya Nakhon cave, this temple is straight ahead. Simply keep heading for the hills and you'll see the monk statues there to visit.
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