Wat Sri Suphan is generally called the Silver Temple because of its extraordinary hand made silver change. The haven is completely covered in silver, from the dividers to the housetop and demonstrate some unmistakable silver carvings of Buddhism legends. To be sure, even the statues of Buddha are campaigned in silver. Wat Sri Suphan was at first worked around 1500 to fill in as the crucial haven for a silversmith town.
While during the time parts of the asylum were repaired with silver from the area town the method of absolutely covering the haven in silver just began in 2008. Inside the asylum is impressively also entrancing with silver frivolity, mirrors and awe inspiring shades joined. However in light of old Buddhist rules women are not allowed to enter inside the haven and must remain outside.