Wat Khuan Inthanin Ngam (วัดควนอินทนินงาม)
Thai. Name of a Buddhist temple in
Trang, of which the
ubosot has a roof that has been painted into the
thong chaht, i.e. the National Tricolour of Thailand in red-white-blue-white-red (fig.), and measures about 30 by 100 meters. This main chapel, of which construction was started in 2012 AD, today houses an 8 meter tall
and at the lap 5 meter wide
gilded Buddha image, with eyes that have pupils made of
nin, i.e. black spinel, sometimes referred to as black jasper or black onyx. It also has a lotus bud-shaped
third eye that resembles a large crystal. The statue is depicted seated in the
maravijaya pose and at time of construction it was said to be
the largest of its kind in the south of Thailand, weighing about 30 tons.
See also MAP.