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Wat Hai Sok

Opposite Wat Ong Teu is the less acclaimed Wat Hai Sok (Thanon Setthathilat), which was, restored a few years ago. It's worth a quick look because of the impressive fivetiered roof (nine if you count the lower terrace roofs), which is topped by an elaborate set of roof-ridge spires.

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