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The Giant Dragon Temple in Thailand is pretty impressive - but the terrifying creature serves another hidden purpose. Thailand is home to some of the world's most incredible templesbut there's one lesser-known spot that's home to a pretty terrifying creature.
The huge creature is wrapped around the pink cylindrical building, aptly nicknamed The Giant Dragon Temple, with its colourful scales and claws visible from all angles. Inside, the beast is actually hollow and home to a large winding staircase which visitors can use to climb to the top of the building.
Although the stairs go all the way up to the top, only parts of it are open to the public as some sections have fallen into disrepair. It's still a walk up 17 storeys though, so you're going to need to be in shape if you want to visit. The temple itself is in quite a remote location so there aren't really many transport links if you do want to visit. In fact, most travellers who went exploring opted for taxis there and back although make sure to tell the driver you're after a round trip! Those who have been said that the temple is pretty unique and although some of the Thailand dragon temple aren't in the best condition, there are statues to be found including a giant bronze Buddha.
You can check out some of Thailand dragon temple TripAdvisor reviews for more information. Still, if you've got some spare time on your itinerary in Thailand it could make for a pretty fascinating way to while away a few hours.
Of course make sure to leave time to explore more of Thailand's best things to see and door unwind on one of the spectacular beaches to be found there. Can we send you the Mirror Travel newsletter with weekly travel news and inspiration? Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. We use your -up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.
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