Wat Phumin is located in Mueang District, Nan Province is an important temple and famous tourist destination of Nan Province. The temple has important features: the church and the chapel were built as one building. The temple was built around 1596 B.E. by Chao Jate Butthrom Prommin, formerly known as Wat Prommin. Which is the name of Chao Jate Butthrom Prommin, the creator of the temple, It is assumed that later the distorted name was given to the current name of Wat Phumin.
The image of the temple used to appear on the 2nd generation Thai banknotes for 1 baht
Ubosot of Chaturamuk (Buddhist temple consisting of the four-sided porch) of this temple, the Fine Arts Department has assumed that Is the first temple of Chaturamuk in Thailand. Inside the chapel, enshrines 4 large Buddha images. Turned his face to the four sides of the door Facing Phra Krishang (shoulder head) colliding, sitting on the base of Chukchi, Pang Man Wichai. Some archaeologists have speculated that the various Buddha statues were Konakon Buddha Gautama Buddha And the Buddha’s Buddha (The current Lord Buddha). While some speculated that it was built to mimic the four faces of Brahma Which appear in the name of the temple creator Is Chao Jate Butthrom Prommin And the last group considers that it refers to the Brahmavihara 4.
Wat Phumin Map
Wat Phumin Address: Phakong, Nai Wiang, Mueang Nan District, Nan Province 55000
4.3 kilometers from Nan Nakhon Airport.
1.4 kilometers from Nan Bus Terminal.
0.3 kilometers from Nan Province.
77.8 kilometers from Pua District.
88.3 kilometers from Bo Kluea District.
32.8 kilometers from Santi Suk District.
70.3 kilometers from Na Noi District.
91.2 kilometers from Na Muen District.