Buddhist or Wats temples - are among the most critical images of Thailand, prtly in light of the fact that the lion's share of Thais are Buddhist and halfway on the grounds that they are so delightful. In Phuket alone, there are 29 Buddhist sanctuaries spread around the island. Wat Chalong has been extending a warm welcome to guests for over a century. Local people come to supplicate and Westerners come to learn something about Buddhism. This place is open from seven in the morning to five toward the evening.
Poh Than Jao Wat is one of the more vital Buddhist statues in Wat Chalong. It is situated in the westerly old lobby of the sanctuary, with two statues of an elderly courteous fellow called Ta Khee-lek (grandpa Khee-lek), a well known local who won numerous lotteries in the wake of counseling the Poh Than Jao Wat statue. Another statue in this corridor is called Nonsi.