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This is Thailand, 45 minutes from Paris, this park is a real hidden treasure

This 5-hectare Thai park located à a few kilometers from Paris is to discover urgently.

The Ile-de-France is full of hidden treasures that some people jealously avoid sharing, opening a parenthesis of well-being far from the grayness and frenzy of Paris. The latest of these unexpected corners is in Seine-et-Marne and visitors, most of whom stumble upon the site by chance, are full of praise for it.

“We live two steps away. We fell by chance on the site while surfing the Internet. It's magnificent,” Marianne announced to our colleagues at Point. Just cross the heights of the Wat Thammapathip wall, nestled in the valley. &agrav; Moissy-Cramayel at 243 rue des Marronniers, to land in Thailand, in a sublime green park of 4 hectares. Nearly 400 golden and white Buddha statues stand in paths that lead to the hotel. a pagoda which was an old castle from the 19th century if it was left behind. &agrav; abandonment – the castle of Lugny – rachet and transformed in 2000 by the International Thai Association of Buddhists of France. Along the route which leads to the pagoda, we question the meaning of life: "Do not destroy the future with the present' or even, "Don't sink into the past", we can read on signs. Upon entering this place of meditation, you take off your shoes and you can enjoy the prayer rooms. open à all. 

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In the park, it is possible to lounge under the plane trees and large tables are available. available for families to enjoy Thai cuisineï offered by Thai street food stalls which offer dishes made on site. close to 5 euros: pad thaï shrimp, fried chicken wings, bo bun, beef pho, spring rolls, green papaya salad, sticky rice & mango and coconut milk, coffee thaï or tea icy green… The taste buds travel too! Throughout the year, Buddhist culture punctuates the daily life of the Lugny estate, & the image of Songkhan, the Buddhist New Year festival, with several traditional performances.

If you want to travel &agrave less than an hour from Paris, you now know where to go! go. In 40 minutes on the N6 from Paris, you will be in Thailand. The place is also ideal for a day with children, as there are numerous swings. Free parking is available. layout à the entrance to the park. It is also possible to reach the park in less than an hour via the RER D direction Melun from Paris, then get off at Lieusaint Moissy station and take bus 21, stop Cité of the park. Wat Thammapathip is open on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 22 hours.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116