Viharn Sien or Viharnra Sien, officially known as Anek Kusala Sala, is a museum and shrine designed in the style of a royal Chinese temple, located near Wat Yansangwararam in Pattaya, Chonburi. It was developed in 1987 by Thai-Chinese Sa-nga Kulkobkiat on land provided by His Royal Majesty Bhumibol Adulyadej to create a building for an art collection gifted to the Chakri dynasty and friendship between Thailand and China.
Viharn, for Thai people commonly Vihan translates from Thai: วิหาร sanctuary or chapel. Sien translates from Thai: เซียน great master or deity. Viharn Sien often called Wihan Sien has evolved from Sanskrit Vihara or Vihāra, generally refers to a place of speech or monastery which has various rooms and/or living quarters for monks or nuns. , see also Etymology and nomenclature. Anek Kuson Sala is the name given by His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol. Adulyadej.
Eka Risty Sembiring | Aug 10, 2017
There are a lot of chinese temple. And the lake is so good.
Per Arne Storhaug | Aug 7, 2017
Lovely chinese temple that is well worth a visit
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Nazan Atıcı | Jul 17, 2018
Muazzam güzel bir yer.Kendilerine özgü ibadet ve harika yapıtlarıyla kesinlikle görülmesi ve gezilmesi gereken bir yer
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