Sunday, 11 July 2010

Accessible temples, Hua Hin, Thailand

February 1, 2010. Wat Huay Mongkol, Hua Hin, Thailand.

This is one of the wheelchair accessible temples in Hua Hin. This temple is located west of Hua Hin. It takes a 25 minutes drive in a local green taxi to get there.

The statue is the biggest in the surrounding area of Hua Hin. The temple grounds are level and there is also a toilet for handicapped people. For the exact location look at our Google map.

Take your time and walk or roll around in your wheelchair or scooter. The temple grounds are even more beautiful then the statue itself. Behind the statue is a path where you can make beautiful pictures. Then at the end of this path cross the bridge with lovely orchids at the railing and water lilies in the pond. Walk along the small elephant camp and take a look at the orchid farm. Beautiful flowers here. Follow the road, take a look at the fruit trees of the temple and afterwards cross the water. There is a stone bridge where the water is running over. It is just 5cm deep. Nice to cool your feet after this walk. Don't you like this? Then just turn around after the orchid farm.

Afterwards you can drive on to the Hua Hin Hills vineyard or on your way back pay a visit to Elephant Village.

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