Wat Kham Chanot is a buddhist temple near the village Ban Kham Chanot, Amphoe Ban Dung, Udon Thani Province in Northeastern Thailand.
The temple is located in a beautiful fanpalm forest in the Wang Nakhin area at a lake where the Nāga, a mythical large snake, is supposed to be living.
Google Maps link for Kham Chanot.
While you are staying at Bua Daeng Homestay Resort it is about a one and a half hour drive to the temple Wat Kham Chanot.
It is not a well known tourist attraction among foreigners, but Thais come from all over the country to this temple so weekends and public holidays can get busy.
This temple is located in a beautiful fanpalm forest which is an oasis of nature in the surrounding open farmland.
The entrance to the temple Wat Kham Chanot, featuring massive Naga snake
The walkway from the entrance to the temple has two massive long Naga snakes all along the entire path.
For good luck people will run their hands along the scales of these naga as they cross the bridge.
Many buddhists come to pray at this temple around the ancient trees, and the lottery-addicted Thais try to see numbers in the trees to pick winning lottery tickets.
There are is a market to buy flowers and other things at Wat Kham Chanot
Use this map to find your way from your accommodation at Bua Daeng Homestay Resort to the temple Wat Kham Chanot