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Wat Phra Phut Sri Wilai (วัดพระพุทธศรีวิไล)

Thai. ‘Temple of the Brave Buddha’ or ‘Temple of the Beautiful Buddha’. Name of a Thai-Chinese Buddhist temple in Samut Prakan, located along Khlong Seua Tai (fig.), in the vicinity of Meuang Boraan (fig.). The temple features a large standing Buddha image in the pahng hahm yaht pose, with an abhaya mudra with the right hand raised (fig.), and which is referred to as Phra Phut Sri Wilai, pronounced as Wat Phra Phut Sih Wilai. The temple complex is located to the north of the Dead Tiger Canal and one has to cross this canal from the coastal Sukhumvit Road to reach it.