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The Sanctuary of Truth

The sanctuary of truth

The Sanctuary of Truth is a remarkable and awe-inspiring structure that stands tall in the bustling city of Pattaya. A thirty minute car ride from our luxury hotel, this one-of-a-kind Pattaya attraction is an ornate and intricate temple-like structure that showcases the beauty of Thai architecture. The entire building is made of teak wood, which has been intricately carved into stunning sculptures depicting scenes from both Buddhism and Hinduism. The temple is a fusion of both religious beliefs, and it stands as a testament to the harmonious coexistence of these two religions in Thailand.

About The Sanctuary of Truth

The construction of this magnificent building began in 1981 but remains unfinished to this day to reflect the idea of infinity. The Sanctuary of Truth draws inspiration from both Buddhism and Hinduism, reflecting the cultural influences that have shaped Thailand over the centuries. Tourists can visit the Sanctuary of Truth to marvel at its stunning beauty, witness live carving demonstrations, or even take part in activities like elephant rides or traditional Thai dance performances.

Design of The Sanctuary of Truth

The intricate teak sculptures that adorn the sanctuary depict various deities and mythological figures from both religions, including Vishnu, Shiva, and Buddha. One of the more educational things to do in Pattaya, visitors to the sanctuary can explore these influences through guided tours and educational exhibits that delve into the history and symbolism behind each sculpture. Tourists visiting the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities that allow them to discover Thailand’s rich cultural heritage. 

Another popular activity is learning about the fusion of Buddhist and Hindu elements in Thai architecture. Tourists can attend lectures or watch demonstrations by knowledgeable guides who explain how these two religions have influenced Thai culture over time. Finally, visitors can simply soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the serene beauty of this unique place. Whether sitting quietly on one of its many benches or taking a leisurely stroll around its grounds, tourists are sure to leave with a deeper appreciation for Thailand’s rich cultural heritage.

Open every day from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.