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Buddhist Meditation

Long gone are the days when Buddhism was only practiced in Asian countries. Today, Buddhism has spread throughout the world. One can even find Thai Buddhist temples in America and the United Kingdom. Thailand's temples are not only visited by local Thais but also by local Caucasians, many of whom are very interested in Buddhism when they visit Thailand.

Meditation is an aspect of Buddhism that is very popular and is often practiced by the Thais and monks to achieve self-harmony and happiness. Here in Thailand, visitors can also appreciate and learn the basics of meditation at some of the meditation centers around Bangkok and others located around the country.

Suan Mok, a 120 acre forest temple located in Chaiya district, Surat Thani province, which is approximately 850km south of Bangkok, attracts and accepts meditators from all over the world. Meditation opportunities are also found in Bangkok, particularly at Wat Mahathat (facing Sanam Luang), Wat Pak Nam, Wat Chonprathan Rangsit, Wat Phrathammakai, and Banglamphu's Wat Bowon Nivet where English language instruction is available.

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