Does anyone know of foreigner monks in Thailand?

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Chanh Dao
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Does anyone know of foreigner monks in Thailand?

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Hoping to speak to a few possibly through Facebook or through some other means
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After some time at your wat, ask your ajahn if you can go stay for a while at Wat Pah Nanachat. They usually have room for visiting bhikkhus, and you'll make many new aquaintences there.
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Woot woot, great idea thanks you
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Chanh Dao wrote: Sat Dec 22, 2018 10:32 am Hoping to speak to a few possibly through Facebook or through some other means
Hi Chanh Dao I don't know anyt at the moment but there is a great English speaking group that meets in Bangkok at the Dhamma Study and Support Foundation on Saturdays from 2-4 pm for an English speaking session.

The address is 174/1 Soi 78 Charoennakhon Rd. Khwang Dao Khanong, Khet Thon Buri, Bangkok 10600
Telephone 66-2468-0239 Website http://www.dhammahome.com

If you are visiting/staying in Bkk, you could probably stay at a monastery of your Nikaya (maybe Wat Mahatat section 5? 3, Na Phra That Road | Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand phone +66 2 222 6011).

I wish you the best.

Respectfully, :thanks:

Kevin...
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I'm fairly newly ordained. Still learning to work with my robes. So I'll be staying put for awhile. Thank you friend.
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No worries, Venerable.

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