Pa Pradu Temple


Pa Pradu Temple is assumed to be built in Ayutthaya era. The temple became the royal temple in 1990. The previous name of the temple was “Pa Lelai temple”. Its outstanding architecture is sanctuary Pa Lelai. The old sanctuary was built in 1906 in Rattanikosin style. The double roofs were decorated with the ornamental roof point. The gable are designed in Chinese style. There was a huge Reclining Buddha (length 11.95 m. and height 3.60 m.) locating outside of the temple. Later, a sanctuary was built to cover the Buddha in 1981.

Location : Pa Pradu Temple Sukhumvit Rd., Tha Pradu, Mueng, Rayong
Opening days and hour :
Daily between 08:00-17:00
Travel Information : - Use Motorway No.7 to Rayong Province and drive for 100 km.
- Turn left to route 36 and drive for 60 km.
- Turn right to route 3574
- Turn left at intersection in front of Rayong hospital to Sukhumvit Rd. (Thailand route 3)
- Turn left to Soi Sukhumvit Nakhon Rayong 49
- Pa Pradu is on your right hand side.
contact phone number :
038-611320 Ajarn Chayaporn Chantarawongsri, the coordinator of Pa Pradu Temple