Category Archives: Templeseeking

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Czech Republic Templeseeking

Prague to Kutna Hora – Discovering the Bone Church!

If you are staying in Prague and you love exploring different Church architecture, you really should take the trip from […]

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Asia Cambodia Templeseeking

The Best Temples of Angkor Wat from Top Travel Bloggers

I’m embarrassed about this one – I’m temple seeker, but I’ve still NEVER been to Angkor Wat. I kinda got […]

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Czech Republic Europe Templeseeking

Undiscovered Opava – The Historical Centre of Silesia

Welcome to the Czech Republic! I’m here for 10 days exploring the less frequented towns of the North East while […]

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Asia Templeseeking Thailand

Wat Chai Wattanaram Temple, Ayutthaya

My pink frog nosed tuk-tuk driver knew exactly where to take me before the crowds descended on Ayutthaya (the Siamese […]

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Asia Templeseeking Thailand

Bangkok Temples

If you are flying into Thailand on an international flight, you will most likely arrive in Bangkok. The capital of […]

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Asia Popular Posts Templeseeking Thailand

Sukhothai Historical Park – Top Ancient Temples of Thailand

After my escape from the craziness of Songkran in Chiang Mai, I made it to the relaxed and ancient old […]

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Asia Popular Posts Templeseeking Thailand

Avoiding getting bitten at the Monkey Temple Lop Buri!

I’ll admit it, I really wanted to see monkeys. And I really love temples! The Lopburi Monkey temple sounded to […]

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Asia Templeseeking Thailand

Top Temples of Chiang Mai

After an amazing week exploring the temples of Chiang Rai, I took the Green bus to Chiang Mai. To get […]

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Asia Templeseeking Thailand

Visiting Wat Doi Suthep at Songkran

Visiting Wat Doi Suthep during Songkran in Chiang Mai (Thai New Year) was one of the most spiritual experiences I […]

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Asia Templeseeking Thailand

Wat Doi Tong Chiang Rai – The Temple on the Hill

Wat Doi Tong Chiang Rai is best accessed by bicycle rather than on foot, as it is a little further out […]

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