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Wat Ko Kaew Sutharam information
Wat Ko Kaew Sutharam dates back to the Ayuthaya era, and the bòht features early 18th-century murals that are among the oldest and the most beautiful in Thailand. One panel depicts what appears to be a Jesuit priest wearing the robes of a Buddhist monk, while another shows other foreigners undergoing Buddhist conversions. You might have to ask the caretaker to open it for you.