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Sanctuary of Truth unveils promotion for Valentine’s Day

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CHON BURI (NNT) - The Sanctuary of Truth, the largest all wood castle in the world, has unveiled a promotion for tourists to mark this Valentine’s Day.

 

The Sanctuary of Truth, which has been under construction since 1981, is located in Bang La Mung district of Chon Buri province and is among Thailand’s unseen attractions and is always a popular venue for lovers on Valentine’s Day. This year, visitors who arrive with a partner or their family can enter using a plus one promotion. Entrants need only show a photograph of themselves with their partner to be able to take a third person from their family in at no cost. The two paid one free promotion will be available February 14-28.

 

Vice President of the Sanctuary of Truth, Warakorn Wiriyaphan, remarked that the destination offers many activities, emphasizing its exquisite wood carvings, which tell stories of religion, philosophy and Asian culture.

 

Elephant rides around the sanctuary are also available and the building offers views of the ocean. The sanctuary is open daily from 8AM to 8PM.

 

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So on the one day of the year you are supposed to spend exclusively with your significant other, a hair brained scheme to bring a 3rd person along.

The mia noi promotion.

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"Entrants need only show a photograph of themselves with their partner to be able to take a third person from their family in at no cost."

 

Great Valentin offer for people who want to come with wife and Mia Noi. You pay for yourself and the Mia Noi and the wife is the third person from the family. 

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I visited this sanctuary once--didnt see any Truth whatsoever.

Carvings quality low and,plainly, I've seen better buildings all over the world like in Nepal or India.

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3 hours ago, rott said:

Started construction in 1981.

 

So is this another purpose built tourist attraction, similar to the floating market.? 

Just some big idea by some magnanimous guy with more money than sense, like the Sukhawadee Mansion, that was once free and became a tourist pay for attraction. 

The Sanctuary of Truth was the vision of the late Lek Viriyaphant a Thai patron of the arts who dedicated his life to helping preserve ancient Thai crafts while encouraging people to explore their spirituality. Building started way back in 1981 and is expected to be completed around 2025

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