Wat Pa Tam Wua
Update regard the situation with the monastery. From today (06 of March) until further notice our monastery will be closed. We will not be able to accommodate anyone and can’t provide you with accommodation.
We will make a further notice and update everyone about our opening date via this website. Sorry for the inconvenience and hopefully we will be able to accept visitors again very soon!
Feel free to contact us via e-mail : [email protected]
or call us at +66 (0)81 031 3326
and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can.
Wat Pa Tam Wua information team
About Wat Pa Tam Wua
Wat Pa Tam Wua is a Buddhist Forest Monastery located in Northern Thailand. We welcome everyone who would like to learn about Buddhism, do daily spiritual practices and become more mindful, focused and happy human being.
We provide all guests with accommodation, balanced vegan food, bedding and white clothes, all free of charge. Our costs are covered by donations and all the work is done by volunteers. Coming to Join us for 1 day Morning and or Afternoon Meditation class then Go back is Ok or Staying with us to meditate minimum of 3days 2nights to Maximum of 10 days are OK.You are welcome to come and stay at Wat Pa Tam Wua anytime, as we are open 365 days per year. People of all ages are accepted.
Wat Pa Tam Wua Books
"Walk to be the Knower"
Want to learn more about Buddha, Dharma, Vipassana meditation and our monastery?
Welcome to download the online book written by Phra Anek Thanissarapoti, one of the monks of Wat Pa Tam Wua! This book is a great source of knowledge, it includes:
- Life of the Buddha
- What did the Buddha teach
- Handbook of Vipassana
- About Wat Tam Wua Forest Monastery
Chanting Book by Wat Pa Tam Wua
In this Chanting Book, first we talk about some of the essentials: Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha.
Then we explain one of the Mindfulness techniques we actively using in our monastery: "Practice Minduflness in bow down three times".
You will also find all the chantings that we practice at Wat Pa Tam Wua every evening. We always chant in three languages: Pali, Thai and English.
Our Educational Videos
We welcome you at Wat Pa Tam Wua and will gladly answer all your questions!